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Saxifrage Yearbook 

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Volume 70 



TRADITIONS 




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.'.Tradttions. Foffhe last; %eventeen^ears, mo'sc ofus,.eaqh„ 
•September, bought new. pencds anti rigtebooks and wentjo. 
classes. For the. last four yeat^wf-scv lite at'Fitcnburg State 
- College brought, usrtraditioris, final<xam>, tire Winte\Car-'- 
i htvals,. Hockey championships- arid 'Spnng'Breaks. " ■ •' 

Transitions.. For the ^Ser) irii: Glass, traditions were enjuyed 
Tfor'a ^inat- run-and transitions were» experienced. It waVunr^ 
^Senior Night; in the Pub. -owr Senior Ball, .and "nur.Grydu- 
at'iojn! The security of returning' to FSC in September 
Vatiished, C5ecu'patiorjs i^enr from student to employer. 'and 
•■for. ?qme v undergraduate tg graduate, student. '. 
•-' ;. New Traditions; S<jort enough, Alurrini dues,and new and 
' younger faces at Stattery'sibecame traditions. A "hew' Pres 
, iderit and* another Olympiad passed,; life, became "different 
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Memories, that's what comes to 
mind when we think of roommates. 
Some are good, like going away on 
spring break together. Some are 
bad, like a roommate who gets up 
every day at 6:30 when your first 
class is not until 11:30! But all are 
very memorable. 

Remember our fear of getting a 
roommate that was weird, nerdy, or 
just a jerk? How frustrating was 
knowing that your roommate was a 
neat-freak. Who could explain the 
anger you felt when your roommate 
popped all of your popcorn right in 
the middle of final when you needed 
it most? Everyone had mixed emo- 



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Charge It! Two small words that 
could easily put you into debt. For 
some students, the penalties far out- 
weighed the benefits. It always came 
down to being responsible and 
knowing when to stop. 

The average college male had 2 
credit cards and the average college 
female had 4 credit cards. Fitchburg 
State College students gave the fol- 
lowing reasons why they had credit 
cards: 

To establish good credit 
In case of an emergency 
To fill slots in the wallet 
For traveling (Don't be fooled 
by gimmicks . . . The con- 
sensus is: American Express 
. . . Leave Home without it!) 



Many credit companies were more 
than willing to give students credit 
cards with no co-signer or minimum 
income needed. The average An- 
nual Percentage Rate (APA) was 
only 19.8% 1991 Citibank Visa/ 
Mastercard. Not all college students 
were as lucky as the one who said, 
"Oh, my parents pay for it." When 
you owed and you had no dough, it 
was off to work you go! 

Some helpful advice . . . pay off 
the credit card! The interest will 
hurt you and you will have a difficult 
time budgeting. After all, there is 
no sense in starting your own na- 
tional debt. 

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Frankenstein, a witch, a ghost, 
all what you would consider normal 
to see on Halloween night right? 
That may be true for most places but 
at FSC originality was the norm. 
Where else would you see a box of 
Camel cigarettes walking down the 
street or a bag of M and M's danc- 
ing? 

Students were definitely in the 
spirit when it came to the Hal- 
loween season. Students in their 
residence halls had fun decorating 
floors and rooms until they were 
super scary and filled with frightful 
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Students were always willing to 
give out candy to the trick-or- 
treaters coming to the Town Houses 
or residence halls because it brought 
back fond memories of their child- 
hood when they were trick-or- 
treaters. The Tunnel of Terror was 
another attraction to students to get 
the blood flowing from good fright. 

Students were all kids at heart 
when they got dressed up for the 
Halloween festivities. Whether it 
was going out to a party of just walk- 
ing around campus, the thrill of 
Halloween was in all of us. 

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Donating blood has to be one of 
the best feelings a person can have. 
Just knowing that a stranger's life 
can be saved because you donated 
blood is enough to fill any person 
with a certain kind of peace. 

The blood drives on campus are 
sponsored by the Campus Center. 
This year's blood drives were co- 
sponsored by the Hockey Team and 
the Gavaleer Society. These or- 
ganizations worked directly with the 
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to advertise in G-Lobby while sign- 
ing up sponsors. They also assisted 
donors after they finished giving 
blood. 

Despite all the horror stories 
about donating blood and the big 
needles that are used, giving blood is 
truly a rewarding experience. 
Thumbs up and thank you to every- 
one who participated and donated 
their blood. 

Courtney Phaneaf 
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What were your weekends like at 
Fitchburg State? Everyone's were 
different. Many people stayed at the 
school going to off campus parties or 
going to JR's or Slat's. Some slept 
just late enough to make it to 
DAKA before brunch ended at 1 : 00 
P.M. Some hung out in the Campus 
Center Games Room and played 
pool or went back to their room fall- 
ing asleep while watching re-runs of 
Channel 56 movies. 

There was another group of 
students who were quite productive 
on the weekends. When they got 
up, they jogged, cleaned, and did 
homework. 

Another large group of students 
went home every weekend to work. 



That is where the school got it's 
nickname "the suitcase college." 
Working was something many FSC 
students had to do in order to pay for 
college tuition and living expenses, 
therefore going home every week- 
end was a necessity. 

One aspect that many FSC 
students had in common was the 
Sunday-Night-Study-Session. Al- 
most everyone had the same answer 
to the question, "when do you study 
on the weekends?" "Sunday 
nights. " This was when students not 
only got ready for the long week 
ahead but also began to look forward 
to the weekend that would follow it. 
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The Campus Center was the 
nucleus of student activity, the 
place where students found out 
what was happening on campus. 

The Campus Center also made 
some changes in the 1991-1992 
academic year: they took over 
student activities and increased 
the hours on Thursday and Fri- 
day nights until 1:00 am. 

The Campus Center was more 
than just the Hammond Build- 
ing. Each segment was uniquely 
different from the other: 
The Ground Floor Lobby: better 
Known as "G-Lobby", the center 
of student activity. 
The Bookstore and the Post Office: 
located in G-Lobby. 
The Games Room: located in G- 



Lobby, offered the students a variety 
of recreational activities. 
The Commuters Cafe, The Union 
Stop Pub, and the Craft Center: locat- 
ed in the basement of the Hammond 
Building. 

The Information Desk: located out- 
side the entrance to the library. 
The Art Gallery: located above the 
Campus Center Office, overlooking 
the "M &. M" Lounge. 

The hub of student activities and 
student life, the Campus Center was 
used by thousands for many different 
reasons. A place to relax and meet 
with friends, and a place to party on 
Thursday night, the Campus Center 
served the needs of all students and 
faculty. 

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Did you find that as the seasons of 
the year changed, so did the shape of 
your body? Were you unhappy and 
thought an improved social life 
would help? Whether it was to meet 
new people, get exercise, or be with 
friends, a large number of students 
participated in the Intramural 
Sports Program. 

The Intramural Sports Program, 
run by George Martin of the Athlet- 
ics Department, began in the fall 



with sports such as street-hockey, 
tennis, woman's basketball, and co- 
ed softball. Both street-hockey and 
softball were dominated by a team 
known as the Leprechauns. Co-ed 
volleyball was played during the 
winter season and the year was com- 
pleted with men's basketball, wo- 
man's soccer, and a second street- 
hockey tournament. 

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It was easy to order Dominos and 
go out and drink, but it took deter- 
mination and a healthy attitude to 
be physically fit. The following were 
some fitness options for students: 
Athletics, Intramural Sports, 
Aerobics in the residence halls, 
Worlds Gym, the YMCA and other 
athletic clubs. A random survey of 
FSC students indicated 3 levels of 
fitness. 

LEVEL I An aerobics instructor at 
Herlihy hall her freshman and 
sophomore year, Lisa Bechard ex- 
ercised ". . . to feel good about 
myself." She knew when her body 
needed exercise and when it needed 
rest. "You will get run down if you 




try to do to much", reasoned Lisa. 

The endurance of all FSC 
athletes on recognized sports teams 
were also given credit at this level. 
LEVEL II Aerobics classes in the 
Residence halls, the FSC gym, In- 
tramural sports, and "football on the 
quad," were typical options at this 
level. 

Students claimed that they would 
go to the gym, or take aerobic classes 
if they had extra time. 
LEVEL III Exercising in your room 
. . . yeah right! Students admitted 
that exercising in their room was 
not effective due to inevitable dis- 
tractions. 

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Running to a 8:30 a.m. class at 

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MONEY. A few spare dollars to 
treat yourself to eating out; some 
dusty quarters found under the 
couch cushions to do some laundry. 

Like everyone else, money was a 
necessity to FSC students. And, for 
most students that meant having a 
job. 

There was an abundance of jobs 
available to the students right on 
campus. These jobs were ideal be- 
cause students didn't have to own a 
car to get there. The hours for these 
campus jobs were flexible. A work 
schedule could be made around a 
class schedule. Students were only 
allowed 8-10 hours a week, but the 
money was enough to keep them 
surviving — and happy. 

On-campus jobs were not only for 



work study students either. Those 
who didn't qualify for this type of aid 
could have been a part of the college 
Trust Fund. 

Some students worked in their 
hometowns during the week or on 
weekends. Janet Ricci gratefully 
said that ". . . whenever I really 
needed money I just called my boss 
and she scheduled me for the next 
weekend." 

Some students even worked to 
put themselves through FSC. "I 
worked 35 hours a week off campus 
to pay for 100% of my school bills 
and 100% of my living expenses. I 
went to school part-time my Senior 
year because of this," stated Patrick 
Curran. 

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At FSC, fashion coordination 
was a must! Now what you may have 
considered fashion, may not have 
been seen as fashion to another. 

So was I hot or not on campus, in 
my new painted pants, Nike 
sneakers, Champion sweatshirt, 
and my Raiders cap? These were 
questions that many of us asked our- 
selves everyday, but of course not 
out loud. Just walking through G- 
Lobby a few times a day you tended 
to see the same look, which ranged 
from raggedy, sophisticated, hoody, 
preppy, and environmental. 

So what was truly hot on campus 
during the '91 -'92 school year? Un- 
known to many, the freshmen started 
a fad called "GQ Monday". On 





Mondays, freshmen men wore their 
best clothes without appearing too 
formal. The attire usually consisted 
of slacks, a cotton or silk shirt, a col- 
orful tie, nice dress shoes or even 
their best pair of sneakers. 

The women on campus had a 
style of their own. Even though 
Beverly Hills 90210 inspired many 
of them to go out and buy low cut or 
high cut leather boots at Jordan 
Marsh, they still felt as though their 
clothes were their own style. 

Because there was such a diversity 
of students, each brought with them 
their own fad which made us all in 
style! 

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HAPPENINGS 





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Orientation '91 started in the Office 

of Student Affairs Long before the first 
parent dropped oft an incoming stu- 
dent in June. A staft of Orientation 
Leader^ was chosen in Fall of '90. 

The OL's had to learn as much as 
they could to accommodate the trans- 
fers and Class of '95. The freshman 
class turned out to be one of the largest 
in recent history. 

After informational sessions and a 
retreat weekend, the OL's were ready 
to host the 1,100 new faces for edu- 
cational programs and registration 
sessions. These sessions included over- 
nights, so the OL's performed as 
advisors, residence staff, entertainers 
and dance partners. After all, Orienta- 
tion-time is when new students are in- 
troduced to numerous and sometimes 
confusing aspects of academic and so- 
cial life in college. 

The June sessions contained infor- 
mation about studies, diversity, 
alcohol, activities to get acquainted 
with other new students, life as a com- 
muter or residence hall member, and 
the Freshman Foundation Program for 
the Class of '95. As the final freshman 
checked out of Aubuchon Hall where 
everyone stayed, the OL's breathed a 
sigh of relief . . . until August! 

Everyone returned early over Labor 
Day weekend for a last few social and 
educational moments together before 
the bulk of the student body moved in. 
The OL's did their best to see to it that 
the new faces had all they needed to 
survive here and maybe even come out 
of it all smiling. 

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On October 24th at viV pin on a 
quiet tall afternoon the Fitchburg 
Hire Department received a call: 
" ATTENTION Fitchburg Fire De- 
partment we have a 10.40, Fitch- 
burg State College Public Safety 
called and said tbev have received a 
bomb threat ..." Silence. Three 
minutes later the dispatcher was on 
again. "The bomb has exploded, 
destination Russell Towers . . ." 
The next tew words were surprising, 
"This is only a drill, 1 repeat a drill." 

The smoke and fire alarm from 
Russell Towers 2nd floor was a drill 
to help train and familiarize area res- 
cue agencies with each other. 

Many students being trained for 
the Rescue Squad played the victims 
ot this disaster. Eric Guptill stated 
"By being a victim I was able to see 
the other side of things, the way the 
responders reacted to me and the 
way I felt having no control but 
being helped by strangers." 

The off campus agencies involved 
worked quickly. Many of them were 
not familiar with working with each 
other however, the successful com- 
munication between them allowed 
everyone to gain the experience and 
save time that would be needed in a 
real emergency. 

Whether you witness the situ- 
ation or were directly involved, you 
could be confident in the jobs that 
everyone did. If a bomb exploded, 
the college community could feel 
safe with the organizations in this 
area. The confidence and teamwork 
of FSC Rescue Squad and the sur- 
rounding medical services demon- 
strated professional emergency ac- 
tions. 

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After weeks ol planning, build- 
ing, and setting up, the doors to the 

Tunnel ot Tenor were ready to be 
opened. The Communications/ 
Media Club once again ottered 
students an opportunity tor both tun 
and tear. 

Once inside, students began their 
journey under Edgeriy Hall and con- 
tinued through the underground 
tunnels. As one moved along he 
met such nightmares as the clown in 
Stephen King's "It" and the 
"chainsaw man," as well as many 
others. 

Even though this year's turn-out 
was not as good as it has been in the 
past, many people still participated 
and enjoyed the thrill of going 
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Time for Giving 



Peck the Halls organized by 
Kathy Salaki, Ruth Shah, and Perri 
Shapiro, was successfully held tor 
the fifth time in December L991. It 
was an organization ot students, 
administrators, and faculty, who 
gave the spirit ot the season to some 
ot the children in the Fitchburg 
community. 

The children involved in Deck 
the Halls were second graders at the 
McKay Elementary- School on cam- 
pus. Many clubs and organizations 
were involved as well as sororities 
and fraternities. In fact, when signs 
were posted for volunteers, to spon- 
sor a child, the response was so over- 
whelming that there were more 
sponsors than children! 

There was a party in the Union 
Stop Pub to have the children meet 
their sponsors. The Pub was divided 
into stations with different activities 
in each. The children moved to 
each station with their sponsors. 
Together they made crafts, colored 
in books, and of course, got to visit 
Santa Claus, our own president 
Mara. He gave the children the gifts 
that their sponsor had donated to 
them. 

Refreshments and pizzas were 
provided by Dominos Pizza and 
Daka. A good time was had by all 
and it was a wonderful gesture of giv- 
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The tunc was seven o'clock, the 

place was The Royal Pla:a in Fitch- 
bun.:, that was all that was needed to 
be known as students from freshmen 
to seniors lumped in the car or on a 
bus that shuttled them to their des- 
tination: The Winter Carnival. 

On February- 7, Chairperson Col- 
leen Jackson along with the Class of 
1°94 held a semi-formal with the 
theme "Wonderful Tonight" (By 
Eric Clapton). Although the crowd 
was smaller than last year, a large 
number of students did attend. "It 
was good to see people all dressed 
up. It was a good time!" — Jean 
Arsenault. 

As the music stopped playing and 
the night came to an end, students 
either climbed back into the bus, 
drove home, or stayed overnight at 
the hotel. No matter what students 
ended up doing afterwards, they left 
the dance with complimentary shot 
glasses and the memories of a won- 
derful night. 

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On Saturday, February 29, 
Students, faculty, and quests united 
at The Sheraton Leominster Hotel 
Ball Room to celebrate the ninth 
annual Heritage Ball. 

The Heritage Ball is a com- 
memoration of the students in the 
ACCESS Program. Students were 
recognized tor their achievements 
during the first semester of the 1991- 
92 academic year. Awards were 
given to a male and female in each 
class, a male and female honored by 
the Hall of Black Achievement, the 
Image Awards, and the Outstanding 
ACCESS Alumni Award. 

The Heritage Ball also signifies 
the finale of the African-American 
History Month celebration which 
takes place each year during the 
month oi February. 

Music was provided by the band 
"High Rise" and by DJ Mr. Paul PD 
Daily. 

This year's theme "United We 
Stand" gathered all to enjoy a night 
filled with socializing, food, dancing 
and awards. 

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After four years of high school 
and possibly more than four years of 
college, was graduate school your 
next step? Some students said that 
they had enough of school and 
wanted a regular job with regular 
hours and pay. Others felt that con- 
tinuing their education would ex- 
pand their career opportunities. 

The GRE and/or the MAT, and 
the GMAT tests were required by 
most graduate programs. Registra- 
tion fees ranged from $25-$45. 

Karen Rankin, a senior Sociology 
major who had taken both the MAT 
and the GRE, explained, "The GRE 
has the same format as the SAT's. I 
couldn't study. I just had to take 
practice tests over and over again 
. . . Seniors should uather inform. i 
tion regarding the GRE in the he- 
ginning of September." She also 
attended the workshop, Preparing 



for the MAT, hosted by Career Ser- 
vices. 

Career Services was helpful to 
many students with its library, 
workshops, drop-in hours and other 
informational services. Douglas 
Sherman, Director of Career Ser- 
vices, stated that "The interest in 
Graduate programs has doubled in 
the last couple of years." Graduate 
Workshops which may have attract- 
ed a crowd of 5 in previous years 
attracted a population of $5 -f in 
their most recent workshop. 

An appealing aspect about grad- 
uate school was that most students 
did not have to p.iv tor it. Many 
State Grants, Scholarships and Fi- 

n iiu i . 1 1 A id opportunities wen 
available, bur, as usual, y m n< i 
extra time to do research and meet 
the .leadlines! 

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Was there such a thing as a major 
just for males or females? The con- 
cept of a single sex dominated major 
existed only in people's minds. Un- 
fortunate hut true. Nursing and El- 
ementary School Teaching were 
seen as female majors and Industrial 
Arts and Technology as a male 
major but there were students that 
broke the mold! 

According to John Eisner, a 
senior Nursing major, "The stereo- 
types of nurses are dumb blondes 
wearing white, wanting to marry 
doctors." Obviously, this was nor 
the case! He added, "... a good 
thing about ir is that my being a 
male nurse challenges others to 
really perceive what a nurse really 
is." 

In the tea< h ing pr< igi am ai 
McKay, there were not many males 



involved. Jason Joyce, a sophomore 
Elementary Education major stated, 
"Most people believe I am in educa- 
tion because 1 must really love being 
in a class with 25 females and only 
one or two other males, you hear il 
from all types of people." 

On the flip side of females being 
the minority, Michelle Morgan, i 
senior Industrial Technology major, 
said, "Everyone thinks tb.it .ill it is is 
working in a woodshop and is easier 
because I am i woman, but most 
times you are expected to A^ more 
than the males." She along with 
Eisner believed thai acceptability 
was important. Michelle agreed nil 
added, "It's frustrating and intim- 
idating but some are U illn. 
cepr you as being a woman and treai 
you as one i 't the guys." 

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The Freshmen of 1992, Class of 
1995, were the first at Fitchburg 
State College to experience semi- 
nars about study skills and college 
adaptation. Every Thursday, All- 
College Period, for thirteen weeks, 
students learned about study skills 
and what's expected academically at 
the college level. There were about 
769 new students all in the same 
boat. Why were they placed in that 
situation? 

The goal of the program, Fresh- 
man Foundation, was to assist the 
students in their adjustment in col- 
lege life in all realms. Dr. Karen 
Laroe, Assistant Director of Aca- 
demic Affairs, wanted the freshmen 
to learn the policies of the school 



and the study skills needed at the 
college level. Most probably 
thought, ". . . but I have .ill the 
knowledge in the study skills area I 
need. I just know that I have to cram 
for the next day's test. Isn't that how 
everyone studies'!" 

Known to many, some of the stu 
dents involved in the seminars were 
not there with full coiuentration. 
Those students probably did not 
make it to the next semester. 1 host- 
that did pay attention and went 
with determination gained suffi- 
cient skills to survive the college ac- 
ademic turmoil. 

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The Accounting Society is open 
to all students who have an interest 
to pursue a career In Accounting. 

Ihi- club is designed to help stu- 
dents learn more about the field oi 
\ccounting, bv providing guest 

speakers and visiting various busi- 
ness organizations. Through these 
activities members will have an un- 
derstanding of how accounting is 

applied ro the "real world." 
.Jams Scno/teid, Jen Coller, Bu'Tuii Dassat, 
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FRONT ROW: Gildel Puerto, Michelle Haggstrom, Lori 
PloufTe, Michelle Threadgould SECOND ROW: Keith 
Boissoneau, Melissa Colburn, Janis Schofield, Brenda 
White. Sandra Gauvin THIRD ROW: Prof. Cusack, Jen 



Sadowski, Catherine Holmes, Brenda Dassat, Lynn L 
panen, Karen Boutotte, Sandra Culhane BACK ROW: , 
Coller, Bill Bonina, Stephen Swartz, Frank Schul 
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Amnesty International 

Amnesty International at Fitch- 
burg State College began in the Fall 
of 1988. The main activity of 
AIFSC has been letter writing to 
foreign officials on behalf of pris- 
oners of conscience. The FSC chap- 
ter of Amnesty International has re- 
ceived responses from heads of state, 
cabinet ministers and prisoners of 
conscience themselves. A prisoner 
of conscience is someone impris- 
oned for religious belief, political 
views, or expression of another 
human right. 




FRONT ROW: Emily Hotchkiss, Lisa Alves, Deb Kiley, 
Roche-He Lacerda BACK ROW: Steffan Clark, Gabc 



Dumont, John "3" Eisner, Amy Weidemann, Maryr 
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Contractors 

ABC is a nationwide organization 
of men and women involved in the 
construction industry. The student 
chapter of FSC offers its members: 
site visitations, lectures, up to date 
information of the construction in- 
dustry, and much more. Members 
also benefit through ABC's nation- 
wide resume service, scholarship op- 
portunities, and monthly dinner 
meetings where students get the 
chance to meet and talk with actual 
members oi the MA/RI Chapter of 
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the governing body of the Residen< e 

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Biology Club 

The Biology Club is an organiza- 
tion open to all students at F.S.C. It 
promotes interest in many areas of 
biology from en\ ironmental >ei- 
ences to the eell molecular level. 




FRONT ROW: Misty Roedigel, Eric Hanson, Erin Shea, 
Kristin Melancon BACK ROW: Kim Malanson , Tina N ick- 



loff, Anthony LaRose, Anthony Mazzilli 



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At the opening of the fall semes- 
ter, we added our own specialty to 
Club Carnival by creating a video 
that described what our club was all 
about. During the same semester we 
had our first fundraising event 
which was a VCR raffle. The three 
days between October 24 to 26, the 
Fourth Annual Tunnel of Terror 
took place. We ended the semester 
with a sale of Christmas cards that 
contained a special message. During 
the spring semester the cult classic, 
The Rocky Horror Picture Show, 
was performed and shown at the 
McKay Gym and was a sparkling 
success. 

Suzanne Willard 




FRONT ROW: Julie Brown, Josh Ferrell, Amy Gonella, Jeff 
Boudreau, Judi Retake MIDDLE ROW: Daiva Killnius, Sue 
Willard, Jim Le Due, Tracy Brennan, Hala Jadallah BACK 



ROW: Adam Everett, John Henderson, Jen Barrows, Kr 
Akins, Peter Sofranos, Tom Briggs, Harris Upham 




Communications Media 
Honors Society 

The purpose of the Com- 
munications Honor Society is to 
recognize the academic excellence 
achieved by students in the Com- 
munication/Media department. 
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Jennifer Dubois, Kimberly McCoy MIDDLE ROW: Leslie 
"aron, Michelle Long, Claire Tremblay, Tim Toomey 



BACK ROW. Kiki Venus, Amy Hashbrouck, Maria Lapri- 
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Cultural Society 

The purpose of the Cultural 
Society is to provide interaction be- 
tween various multicuhur.il indi- 
viduals of Fitchhurg State College, 
in a union whereby they can inter- 
act, function and perform with help 
of the leadership c <\ appi tinted i 'Hi 
cers. The organization in open to .ill 
students. This year activities and 
events have i onsisted "t .1 talent 
show, fashion show, roller sk.it mo, 
and fund raising. 

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ONT ROW. Darcey Welch, Unicia Youn 8 , Melissa Wheeler, 
nelle Finch. Patrick Barosv SECOND ROW. Etchika Robertson, 
a Bermudez, Juliette Monestime, Anjanette Lopes. Tebogo 
ikhenc, Socorro Rodriguez THIRD ROW: Marie MilorJ, Jason 



McGcc, Shadrach Walker, Gerson Colon, Alvin Riley (Advisor), 
Mark Sum:-. Sonya Owens BACK' ROW Tamicl 
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Dance Club 

Dance Club is a student run or- 
ganization coordinated b\ Caryl 

Sickul. Each week the club meets 
and dances to popular and classical 
music. The club otters rap, bailer, 
jazz, and aerobe styles. At the close 
of the school year, the club presents 
an electrifying performance in the 
Spring Dance Show. 




FRONT ROW: Gigi Mistretta, Michelle Walker, Angela 
Riccardi MIDDLE ROW: Adriana Nunez, Maryellen 



Starhle, Kristen Dinan BACK ROW: Dawn Vieira, Lis; 
Cullivan, Sean Reardon 



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Early Childhood Club 

There are two major purposes of 
the Early Childhood Club; to offer 
an opportunity for social involve- 
ment among students and faculty. 
Also to further our understanding of 
Early Childhood beyond the boun- 
daries of the classroom. The club 
has had much success this year. We 
have held workshops on many new 
topics such as play, health and 
safety, child abuse, and discipline as 
well as our regular topics of learning 
centers and student teaching. Our 
annual trip to the New England 
Kindergarten conference was a great 
success. 




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Elementary Education 
Club 

The Elementary Education Club 
consists ot all Elementary* Education 
majors and interacts with other col- 
lege students, professors, and the 
teachers and students at McKay. 
The club offers student teaching 
seminars, a speaker series which in- 
cluded Dr. Lee and Dr. Hetzel, and 
other activities to help prepare 
members for education careers. This 
year we visited Flexcon to get teach- 
ing materials. Also we do various 
fundraisers, such as a club sweatshirt 
sale and bakesale. 

Elizabeth Moore 



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The English Club fosters interest 
in literary tradition by providing 

meetings, workshops, poetry 

readings, field trips, and other 
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Epsilon Pi T.ni was founded in Co- 
lumbia. Ohio. On March 13, 1929 
and incorporated not tor profit 

under the laws ol the state of Ohio as 
an Honorary Fraternity on April 1 5, 
1942. It's an International Honor- 
ary Professional Fraternity operating 

in the complementary fields ot In- 
dustrial Arts Education and Indus- 
trial Vocational Education. 

Mtcheiie Morgan 




FRONT ROW: Dave Langevin, Chad Arcand, Gregg Sand- 
berg, Kevin Murphy, Jim Garrant MIDDLE ROW: Mr. An- 
drews, Michelle Morgan, Terry McCabe, Michelle Fasset, 
Stephanie Lukes, Dawn Shattuclc, Pedro Aguiar, Dr. Kaul 



BACK ROW: Mr. Therrien, John Haley, DaveCroce, Bria 
Kelly, Sean Jordan, Paul Hayes, Dave Heffernan, Di 
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Falcon Players 

The Falcon Players are a group of 
students with vast desires in theatre. 
This is the first year in a while that 
the Falcon Players have done any- 
thing. The year was started off with 
the First Annual Gong Show. Sec- 
ond semester the group did one act 
plays throughout the campus. 




FRONT ROW: Pete Sofranas, Ed Puliafico, Tom Briggs, 
Harris Upham M/DDLE ROW: Heidi Strassell, Judi Reinke, 



Jeannine Carter, Julie-Marie Brown BACK ROW: Delil 
Larimore, Christie Craigie, Tara Simons, James Buckle' 



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Fitchburg Industrial 
Technology Association 

FITA is a group of professional 
students that believe excellence in 
achieved by participating beyond 
the classroom. Seminars, work- 
shops, and field trips are used to ex- 
plore industrial setting so that our 
first step will be a sure step. 



-RONT ROW: Brian O'Keffe, Jeff Martin, Julie Miranda, 
Dan Butler BACK ROW: Brian Howland, Gardy Paul, Dan 



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Geography Club 

The Geography Club is open to 
all students, regardless of major. 
The purpose of the Geography Club 
is to promote an awareness "I geo- 
graphic and environmental issues. 

During the 1991 -92 at i It mil 
year, the club participated in .1 field 
rnp to the Omni Theater in Boston. 
Also this year we repainted .1 large 
map of the U.S. on the Mc Ka\ play- 
gr< mnd. 



RONT R( )W: Tracy Courtemanc, Gina Cuccovia, Randy 
ittman, Mike McEachern BACK ROW: Jeff Whittemore. 



Dr. Champhn, Matt Shouse, Rich Grigas 



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dents in the hall who responsible tor 
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Hiltz, Ellen McLaughlin MIDDLE ROW: Karen Kosta, 
George Azzi, Dave Lanevin, Tina Soulor BACK ROW: 



Mark Bruno, Debi Lesofsky, Justin Meehan, Ed Dunn, Gal | 
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Honor's Club 

The Honor's Club consists of 
students interested in cultural and 
social events. The club is made up oi 
mostly students enrolled in the 
Honor's Program, but others do at- 
tend sponsored events. In the past, 
the club has sponsored a variety of 
speakers on campus. Annually, the 
club runs trips to New York City's 
Museum of Modern Art, the Nut- 
cracker in Boston, and at least one 
trip to a theatrical production of 
Boston. 

Amy Wiedemann 





FRONT ROW: Tracy Hynes, Heather Mazzeo BACK ROW: Michelle Levesque, Amy Wiedemann, Wendy Whipple 




Human Resource Club 

The Human Resource Club is a 
student chapter of the National 
Human Resource Management As- 
sociation. This cluh is new to the 
campus this semester. The purpose 
of the club is to provide a liaison be- 
tween college life and the "real 
world." We have guest speakers, 
take industry tours, and attend na- 
tional meetings. 



lONT ROW: Laura Zuehl, Bridgette Cox, Pamela St. Yves, Lynn Ayers BACK ROW: David Childress, Janice Gidanowicz, 
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International Student 
Union 

The International Student Union 
with its members from 15 countries 
provide a global nnilnculrLir.il ex- 
perience for FSC students through 
"Intercultural Conversations." The 
students acted as a resource for fac- 
ulty interested in adding a multi- 
cultural dimension to their classes 
through the International Teaching 
Assistant Resource Bank Program. 
They also presented their cultural 
perspective .u the International 
Sociology Forum, enjoyed trip- to 
scenic Western Mass.u liu-efts, a 
pizza social, a dinner at Thai res- 
taurant and cooked tor and hosted 
the 4th Annual Ethnii I I I fo) 
with 20 different international 
dishes. 

Nano Marisseau 



DNT ROW: Nancy Marisseau (advisor), Alv Billamy, 
arge Tsirigotis, Petrina Ulsfardotti, Katarina Psimou- 
ilos BACK' ROW: Phoumanv Ch.inthan.isinh. L,itsm.i\ 



Vonysduthep, Tomoki Su:ui, Marcellc Cancc Bixby, Peggy 
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Fellowship 

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship 
iv an interdenominational ministry 
to the students. Through a variety of 
weekly meetings to the students. 
through a variety ol weekly meet- 
ings we encourage each other to 
crow in our understanding ol God 
and what he has done tor us hy his 
Son. Jesus Christ. Each year we wel- 
come new students with a picnic or 
ice cream social. This year we also 
held a tree car wash as a service proj- 
ect. 




FRONT ROW: Memo Salazar, Bob Boutwell, Debby Kirst, 
Susan Davenport, Kris Ericson, Kendra Schum MIDDLE 
ROW: Darryl Santaus, Elizabeth Sanraus, Geoff Banyai, 
Kim McCain, Mark Fields, Viola Butland, Julie Carson 



BACK ROW: Joann Fitzgerald, Micael Shelton, Darrer | 
Woodbury, Chritine Vieira, Rich McElroy, Marcelle Bixby 
Beth Boberg 






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Jewish Student Union 

The Jewish Student Union repre- 
sents the Jewish Religion on cam- 
pus. It is both a social and religiously 
based club. 




FRONT ROW: Lee Safran, Zimra Panitz BACK ROW; Dr. Bernstein, Mike Willens 




Karate Club 

The Karate Club participates in 
the New England Collegiate Karate 
Conference as well as the North 
American Karate Federation. The 
instructor is Sensei George Noone, 
a third degree black belt in Shotok- 
an Karate. Classes are open to stu- 
dents and faculty and no prior ex- 
perience is necessary. Karate is both 
a sport and an art that uses total 
body conditioning to develop phys- 
ical and mental skills. It promotes 
confidence in one's self and abili- 
ties. Club dues are considerably 
cheaper than commercial schools 
and promotions are held at the end 
of each semester. 



'FRONT ROW: Michelle Haggstrom, Joe Hamel, Sensei Noone BACK ROW: Kevin Baron, Gardy Paul, Chad Arcand, Lee 
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Marketing Society 

The Marketing Society has been 
established to provide an outlet for 
social interaction pertaining to 
Business Administration. The soci- 
ety also sponsors activities and 
events for members as well as non- 
members. Students are given the 
opportunity to utilize their business 
skills and apply it in a practical way. 
Two marketing scholarships are 
awarded annually. 

Eric BrembcTi< 



[RONT ROW. Jim Walcott, Eric Bremberg, Laurie Cook, 
iteve Conway BACK ROW. Barry Herman, Anthony Di- 



Russo, David MacHelncy, Stacy Boron 



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Masspirg 

Masspirg is .1 statewide environ 
mental and consumer organization 

with chapters on . 7 campuses across 
the state. 

The tall semester's largest state- 
wide campaign and achievement 
was qualifying two environmental 
questions tor the November '^>1 
ballot. The students on this campus 
alone collected over 4000 signa- 
tures. The spring semester a voter 
education and registration cam- 
paign rook place. Also a neighbor- 
hood cleanup to raise money tor the 
hun^rv and homeless in the citv. 




FRONT ROW: Lilly Sarmiento, Sean O'Neill, David Vail- 
lette, Tara Kerrigan, Erik Laramee MIDDLE ROW: P.J. 
Nicholls, Christine Earley, Denise Schumaker, Brian 



Rancourt, Katy Malloy BACK ROW: Taylor Smith, Barbara 
Brouillet, Karen St. Laurent, Paulette Piscitello, Jon Nor- 
mandin, Susan Fairman 



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Math and Computer 
Science Club 

The Math and Computer Science 
Club is an organization for all majors 
that works with professors and other 
students in regards to math and 
computers. In the past year there 
was a student vs. faculty volleyball 
game, a bakesale, and several 
speakers including Dr. Fan Chou 
whom spoke about "buckyballs." 




FRONT ROW. Michelle Tourville, Wendy Rosengren, Kim Nutting BACK ROW: Ceorge Fusco, MarkGoslin, GenniferTaber 




FRONT ROW: Lewis Curtis, Susan Horan, Tina Soulor, 
I Amy Cleary BACK ROW: Corey Ferriera, Kristin De Young, 



Gina Tumino, Lori Riel MISSING: Deb Kiley 



Medical Technology 
Club 

The Medical Technology Club 
was established to provide the 
students opportunities to get in- 
volved in the changing Med Tech 
field while in school. 



WXPL ; v ACCOUNTING SOCIETY * "AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL * ASSOCiATED BUILDERS AND; CONTRACTORS 




RONT ROW: Jennifer O'Connor, Christine Rosati, 
haron Sabatino, Pete Russo BACK ROW: Tracy Grinnell, 



Jen MacLean, Tricia Cronin, Cheryl Cieper 



Nursing Student 
Association 

The Nursing Student Association 
is a professional organization that 
works to enhance the ties of the 
nursing students, college com- 
munity, and city of Fitchburg. Each 
year we sponsor a career fair for pro- 
spective job opportunities in the 
health care profession. In addition 
sweatshirts were sold to publicize 
the Nursing Department. We work 
together with the faculty to facili- 
tate positive changes within the 
nursing department as well as partic- 
ipating in many health education 
activities. 

Sharon Sabatino 



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Orientation Leaders 

This group oi students has the job 
or Orientating .ill new students to 
FSC. Much training goes into the 
Orientating process, but also a lot of 

fun and teamwork. 

Dean KiichupLi 




FRONT ROW: John "3" Eisner, Kate Dickenson, Steve 
Van Voorhis, Donna Girourd, Lori Drapeau, Tracy 
Rubadou MIDDLE ROW: Sean Jordan, Marybeth Murphy, 
Gary Fryns, Wendy Rosengren, Michelle Boivin, Wendy 
Woodard, Joe Janerico, Dean Rachupka, Erik Gullage 



BACK ROW: Michelle Morgan, Shannon Walent, 
Michelle Minor, Lynn Fluet, MaryEllen Starble, Pam 
Thomas, Jason Joyce, Lon Vickers, Cathy Comeau, Kris 
Akins, Tim Liptrap, Matt DebenhamMJSS/NG: PaulGlea- 



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Outing Club 

The Outing Club is designed to 
enable students to take part in out- 
door activities they might not be 
able to do on their own. A lack of 
student interest and participation 
decreased the clubs events this year. 
The club had two successful ski trips 
the spring semester: one to Wachu- 
sett Mountain and the other to 
Stratton Mountain in Vermont. 

Gabe Dumoni 




Jen Partridge, Gabe Dumont, David MacHelney 




Phi Alpha Theta 

Phi Alpha Theta is the Inter- 
national History Honors Society. 
Fitchhurg State's Xi-Upsilon Chap- 
ter of Phi Alpha Theta held a faculty 
presentation by Dr. Micciche on the 
crisis and changes in the Soviet 
Union. A capacity crowd was in at- 
tendance in G-04 to examine this 
important issue. During the Spring 
semester the chapter held its annual 
initiation of new members and held 
a pot luck supper for members and 
faculty. 

Dean Rachupka 



FRONT ROW: Marianne Fitzsimmons, Dave Lapointe, 
Michelle Clark, Frank O'Donnell, Wendy Mead BACK 



ROW: Harriet Alonso (Advisor), Michael Taylor, Deb 
Raulii, Dean Rachupka, Jeanne King, Steve Gemme 



:<±>MMUtERS* BOARDS COMPUTER SCiENGE/MATH^CLUB V;dUtTURAL SOCIETY' * ': ! DANCE' CLUB * EARLY ; 

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FRONT ROW: Heather Langlais, Jeanine Carter, Judi 
leinke, Katy Malloy, Kathy Makowski MIDDLE ROW: 
vlissv Stanley, Carla Gons.ilves, Michelle Clark, lason 



Joyce, Michelle Pouliot, Pam Santasania BACK ROW: Ed 
PuliaflCO, Amy Pouliot, Dean Rachupka, Tehogo Makhene. 
Jim Pope, Ed Dunn 



Programs Committee 

Programs Committee is a segment 
of SGA which is run by students. 
Programs organizes events such as 
Comedy Nights, Coffeehouse, Per- 
forming Arts, and Films. This past 
year there was a Suitcase Dance in 
the pub, Harvard Square Day, and 
for the Spring finale, Frank Santos 
the R Rated Hypnotist. Performers 
included Jontha and Jennifer, Tom 
Acousti, Jim Moses, and Shamus 
and Eileen. Performing Arts includ- 
ed Treasure Island performed by 
National Theater of the Deaf, the 
Count Bassie Orchestra and Imago. 

Dean Rachupka 




Psychology Club 

The Psychology Club is a student 
nm organization whose purpose is to 
provide activities and information 
to students. We also have volun- 
teered to the Cedar Street Home for 
the elderly. Our activities this year 
have included a trip to the Chil- 
drens Ward at Burbank hospital at 
Halloween and several guest speak- 
ers on topics relating to Psychology. 
BnJget Cox 




FRONT ROW: Debbi DeFusco, Bridget Cox, Laura Zuehl 



BACK ROW: Colleen Parker, Cristy Davidson, Dr. Kimmel 



CHILDHOOD CLUB * ELEMENTARY EDUCATION '^M»» ERSILbN'.'Pl-TAlJ * Fi;T;Ai ' ^FALCON | 

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Resident Assistants 

The Resident Assistants are up- 
perclass students that staff the Resi- 
dence Halls. They have heen highly 
trained and their primary responsi- 
bilities are assisting residents in get- 
ting the most out of their residence 
hall experience. 



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FRONT ROW: Tony D'Ampolo, Leah Abbott, Adriana Nunez, 
Jorge Pazos, Ellen Moschetto, Candice Fryne SECOND ROW: 
Michelle Walker, Steve Stockmal, Mark Fields, Kathy Depictro, 
Michelle Clark, Dave Langevin THIRD ROW: Ken Jacque, Lisa 



Cullivan, Trish Casey, Andrea Hall, Jon Clark, Paul Hayes, Tim 
Liptrap BACK ROW: Jeff Landry, Ruta Shaw, Perri Shapiro, Pete 
Norton 






Rescue Squad 




The Rescue Squad was founded in 
1990 by students in response to a 
need for emergency medical cover- 
age on campus. Squad members are 
trained as Emergency Medical 
Technicians and First Responders 
and respond to an average of fifteen 
medical emergencies a month. This 
year we graduated a large class of 
First Responders bringing the squad 
membership up to 25 rescuers. The 
big event this year was the Disaster 
Drill in Russell Towers in which the 
squad played a key role. It was a 
great success. 

Carol Hatch 



FRONT ROW: Rob Porath, Jeff Boudreau, Amanda Young, 
Eric Guptil, Pam Deitrich MIDDLE ROW: Karen Kosta, 
Katie Daoust, Sean Reardon, Christine Keams, Delilah 



Larimore, Heather Murray BACK ROW. Elizabeth Wyle, 
Rebecca Pirani, Patti Steman, Tim Liptrap, Carol Hatch, 
Carleen Johnson, Julie Bussiere 



PLAYERS 



:S ' RESCUE SQUAD- •' GEOGRAPHY CtUB .* HERLIHTT4ALL COUNCIL ' HISPANTG- STUDENT AJNfQN '.' 




Reserve Officer 
Training Corps 

R.O.T.C. is a chapter of the As- 
sociation of the United States Amy. 
It is the only professional organiza- 
tion supporting the total Army. 



RONT ROW: Michael Kraskouskas, Curt Hewett, Paul Heslin BACK ROW: Philip Monbleau, Pedio Rosario, Jason 

lullinane, Christopher Dexter 



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Russell Towers 
Hall Council 

The Russell Towers H.tll Council 
is an organization which is com- 
prised of students who live in Russell 
Towers. Together with the Resident 
Director, the Hall Council sponsors 
activities socials, and programs tor 
the residents in the building. 




FRONT ROW: Michelle Gregoire, Eric Magiera, Stacy 
Iovino, Kerri Malizia BACK ROW: Tara Simons, Lisa Bis- 



bee, Ross Martel, Krisen Wappel, Pamela Deitrich M/SS- 
JNG: Steven Koldys, Tarika Dowdell 



HONpRS CLUB N HUMAN RESOURCES' CLUB-* ^INTERN ATIONAL STUDENT UNION "* ; iNTERVARSFtY JHRiSf lAM? 



Society for the 

Advancement of 

Management 

S.A.M. is an organization which 
provides its members with a strong, 
well-rounded background in man- 
agement, as well as marketing, fi- 
nance, sales and other areas. 

This S.A.M. chapter provides ac- 
tivities that develop skills in goal 
setting, planning, organizing, 
budgeting, advertising, fund rais- 
ing, and public relations. The club 
lets students experience the most 
current management techniques 
and also transforms textbook theo- 
ries into practical application. 
Being a member allows ease with the 
transition from college to a career. 




FRONT ROW: Debbie Shaw, Andrea Femino, Kim Wood- 
bury BACK ROW: Stacy McDonough, Dr. Boursy 



(advisor), Mike McAveeney, Gary Rollins 



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Student Alumni 
Relations Association 

S.A.R.A. is a group of students 
committed to improving, encourag- 
ing, and promoting interactions be- 
tween alumni and undergraduates. 
Sponsored and partially funded by 
the Alumni Association, S.A.R.A. 
develops and implements programs 
involving both students and alum- 
ni. S.A.R.A. represents the student 
body at alumni functions. Members 
actively participate in the annual re- 
union and telethon. The group 
raises funds to promote S.A.R.A. 
and to participate in national and 
regional S.A.R.A. conferences. 

Melissa Swinnerton 



FRONT ROW: Cheryl Powers, Melissa Sweinnerton, 
Christine Sullivan, Christine Shea BACK ROW: Karen 



Rankin, Sean Collins, Chris Brown, Kevin Simoneau 



FELLOWSHIP. * JEWISH STUDENt:UN*ON '■' -. KARATt CLUB '* MARKETING CLUB * MASSPtftG * M-A.R.S/^MED TECH ■ 




: RONT ROW: Kris Anderson, Jennifer Shaw, Cindy 
fremhlay BACK ROW: George Azzi. Michelle Dee, Ed 



Dunn MISSING: Stephanie Lukes, Mary Driscoll 
Sarno-Barhano (advisor) 



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Student Against 
Violent Encounters 

S.A.V.E. is dedicated to raising 
the awareness level of this college 
community, as well as all others to 
the reality of violent encounters 
which happen on the around cam- 
pus. S.A.V.E. does programs about 
rape, sexual harassment, kubuton 
self defense programs as well as in- 
formation bulletins to inform 
students. 

Jen Shaw 



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Scrimshaw 

Scrimshaw is .1 professionally 
produced publication displaying the 
collective imagination oi FSC. 

Contributions .ire welcomed from 
a\\ on campus. 



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FRONT ROW: Chantal Jowdain, Tish Pellegrino, Dan 
McDermott MIDDLE ROW: Linda Collier, Cara Zimmer- 
man, Sean Keneally, Jane Marcus BACK ROW: Leslie 



Caron, Marybeth Mooney, Zimra Panitz, Kristi Szlosek, 
Dawn Mclnnis 



CLUB ' NEW HALLS COUNCIL' NEWMAN ASSQCIAT ION " * Ny.RSjNG STUDENT ASSOCIATION ;\p{l^TATJC^j|l 



Student Government 

Association 

Class of 1992 

The Class of 1992 is leaving 
Fitchburg State College with many 
fond memories. We have shared 
good times at events such as Father's 
Day Red Sox Trip, the Winter Car- 
nival, a Junior Class Luncheon, 
Junior Night with the Love Dogs, 
Senior Karaoke Night, and the 
Senior Ball on the Spirit of Boston! 

The Class of 1992 has held sev- 
eral fundraisers: raffles for a Valen- 
tine's Dinner at Slatteries, koozie 
sales, and flowers at past gradu- 
ations. 

Vanessa Coulacas and Kate Plante 




FRONT ROW: Kate Plante, Vanessa Coulacas, Michelle 
Twining, Shannon Johnson BACK ROW. Tracy Rubidou, 



Jenna Joensuu, Kevin Doucette, Dawn Lamoureux 



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Student Government 

Association 

Class of 1993 

The Junior Class did many things 
this year. We started the first semes- 
ter off by calling over twenty travel 
agents to get the most economical 
Spring Break package we could find. 
After careful research, we found a 
trip affordable enough to bring the 
largest Spring Break trip ever to 
FSC. A raffle accompanied this 
Spring Break trip with the first prize 
being a free round trip air and hotel 
ticket to Cancun. 



FRONT ROW: Kelly Curtin, Kristi Goddard, Marianne 
Fitzsimmons BACK ROW: Rob Porath, Brian Callahan, 



Ethan Becker MISSING: Ellen Bristol, Dan Butler 



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Student Government 

Association 

Class of 1994 

The Class of 1994 was very busy 
this year in sponsoring one of 
the most enjoyable college events, 
the annual Winter Carnival. The 
theme was "Wonderful Tonight" by 
Eric Clapton, and the semi-formal 
was held at the Royal Plaza in Leo- 
minster. The Class of 1994 also 
raised $3000 with the selling of the 
semester end "Survival Kits." Also 
during the first semester, the Class 
of 1994 held an ice cream social. 



c RONT ROW. J.J. Eldridge, George Lopez, Rox-Z-Silva, Kim York BACK ROW: Genmfer Taber, Erin Hickey, Colleen 
lackson, Gerson Colon 




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Student Government 
Association 

Class oi 1995 

The Freshman Class this year 
started ofl with a Reading Is Funda- 
mental Fundraiser in which $50 was 
raised tor the McKay kids. At 
Christmas a candy cane sale was 
held as a class fundraiser. As tradi- 
tion holds the Freshman Class holds 
the Honors Convocation where the 
best students ot the college are 
honored by the student body. 




FRONT ROW.- Tanna McAndrews, Bethany Coburn, Kelly 
Connolly BACK ROW: Linda Peare, Katy Malloy, Kathy 



Makowski MISSING: Jennifer Nightlinger, Ed Puliafico 



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Student Government 

Association 

Commuters Board 

The Commuters Board is the rep- 
resentative body for all non resi- 
dential students. In the last year 
Commuters Board had a commuters 
breakfast and sponsored a child for 
Deck the Halls in the first semester. 
In the second semester there was a 
Renters Rights meeting with SGA 
lawyer Bill Riley, Red Sox Opening 
Day in the Pub on the big screen 
t.v., and a Physical Defense course. 

Dean Rachupka 




FRONT ROW: Anne McNei 
May 



Wendy Rosengren, Julie Bussiere BACK ROW: Dean Rachupka, Phil Asselin MISSING: Kathy 




Student Government 
Association Council 

The SGA Council is the govern- 
ing and representative body of the 
students. All policies regarding 
students by students are brought be- 
fore the council. 



FRONT ROW: Dean Rachupka, Kathy Makowski, Erin Hickey, 
Leigh Baiungo, George Lopez, Kim Satkowski, Kelly Connolly, Julie 
Bussiere, Wendy Rosengren, Derrick McKercher, Bethany Cohurn, 
J.J. Eldridge ROW 2: Phil Asselin, Linda Peare, Gennifer Taber, 
Marianne Fitzsimmons, Vanessa Coulacos, Rox-Z-Silva, Kare 
Plante, Michele Twining, Kim York, Anne McNeill ROW 3. Brian 
Connell, Roh Porath, Dorothy Chase, Shannon Johnson, Dawn 



Lamoureux, Kelly Curtin, Kristi Goddard, Jenna Joensuu, Tirana 
McAndrews, Katy Malloy, Suzanne Gunderson BACK ROW. 
George Azzi, Ethan Becker, Brian Callahan, Colleen Jackson, Tracy 
Rubadou, Jen Nightlinger, Kevin Doucette, Joe Baeta, Chad 
Arcand 



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Student Government 

Association 

Executive Board 

The 1991-92 school year showed 
people that the Executive Board of 
the Student Government Associa- 
tion was no longer a clique, but were 
out to change things. The past year 
had SGA moving from the base- 
ment office to the vacated bank- 
space in G- Lobby. Tbe Executive 
Board was also able to put together a 
group to go to Boston to show con- 
cern over the Future Commissions 
Report. Another action taken bv 
the Executive Board was to stop a 
proposal rh.u would have had the 
residents in the halls removed it on 
the first offense of the new alcohol 
policy tor a period ot one week. 

Derrick McKercher 



c RONT ROW-: Shane Rodnque:, Derrick McKercher 
BACK ROW: Joe Baeta, Brian Connell, Chad Arcand 



MISSING: Su:anne Gunderson, I\>rothy Chast 



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Sociology Club 

The Sociology Club promotes in 
terest in the field ol Sociology, en- 
courages individual growth, and 
allows students and faculty to in- 
ternet outside the classroom. 

HUa\ Moschetto 




FRONT ROW: Erin Gullage, Karen Rankin, Kimmarie 
Stravinsky, Lynn Harter BACK ROW: Colette Picard, Ellen 



Moschetto, Jeffery Howe MISSING: Jason Merc 



CLASS OF 1995" SOCIETY FOR T3ffc§&/$^ CLlJB;^/^Eb^i 



The Strobe 

The Strobe is Fitchburg State 
College's newspaper, managed and 
produced entirely by students. The 
purpose of The Strobe is to inform, 
entertain, and stimulate its readers, 
primarily of the FSC community. 

The Strobe is designed as an ac- 
tual simulation of a professional 
newspaper, thus providing experi- 
ence within the fields of journalism, 
business, and communications. 

Dan McDermou 




FRONT ROW: Jeff Graziano, Carol Palo, Leslie Caron, 
Mary Davenport, Christine Houle, Eric Hellwig MIDDLE 
ROW: Maryneth Mooney, Chris Tremblay, Kim McCoy, 



Mary Horgan, Kristi Widberg, Michelle Faretra BAC 
ROW: Keith Gentili, Tim Kane, Mary Lapriore, Jan- 
Finn, Dan McDermott, Mike Shelton, Kurt Miska. 



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Tourguides 

The Tourguides are a group of 
students who enjoy representing 
FSC to potential students and par- 
ents. The guides give individual 
tours and also assist with the 
"Friday's at Fitchhurg" program and 
Saturday Information Sessions. 



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<RONT ROW: Hala Jadallah, Eric Guptill, Gary Fryns, 
)eana Nigro BACK ROW: Dean Rachupka, Monica Luzzo, 



Kelly Moran, Derrick McKercher, Kris Mullen, Judi Reinke, 
Jeannine Carter 



iftUeATION CLUB * STROBE >'S.-A.R.A. ' TOURGUIDES" "' jTOWHtiOUSF:', BOARD OP -OOVERNORS '^'WXPL 



WXPL Radio Station 




WXPL is the student run radio 
station at FSC. It broadcasts on the 
FM dial at 91 . 3 FM. Once a member 
you can audition for air time or work 
on the behind the scenes aspects. 



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[ONT ROW: Matt Caravella, Karen Scott. Jess Jones, Alicia Donnely, Mike 
Kris, Brian Gill, Joe Ucck. Matt Smith, Randy Roche, Alain Lustig, Dave 
illis ROW 2. Julie Johnston, Cathy DePietro, Pes Ricardo. Leah Gonthicr, 
uly Hothckiss. Caissie St. Ongc. Matt Dchcnham. Tim Castine, Rill Adams, 
mMcDermott, Chuck Mullaney. Jimmy G ROW * RichMcElroy, Michelle 



Faiset. Knsti Szlosek, Debbie Kirst, |ct Kaufman, rodd Brown. R«k. Tara 
Kerrign, Zimra Panio, Holly Vanassc, Chad |ohnson BACK iHM' I 
Strom. Dave Cardillo, Matt Collins, John Hunt. Chad Mullin. An i 
Kevin McCarthy, HanisUpham.Tom Briggs, ToddOUon, Bill Arbucklc, Marl 
Goslin, Mike Baronas, |oe Beauregard 



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Saxifrage Yearbook 

The Saxifrage Yearbook Staff 
consists of student editors, photog 
raphers, writers, and designers. The 
Statt welcomes students of all ages 
an J levels of experience. The 
Saxifrage Yearbook is a student run 
production which i- funded through 
the Student Government Associa- 
tion. 

The Saxifrage Yearbook is one of 
the oldest traditions still upheld at 
Fitchburg Stage College, since its 
tirst publication in W22. All are 
welcome to help produce the college 
V earbook. 

Guui A. Cuccovia 

Many thanks and congratulations to each 
member of the 1992 Saxifrage Staff. You've 
produced a history book which will be en- 
joyed and appreciated forever! Thank you for 
the dedication, endurance and faithfulness. 
Special thanks to RC, JD, EG, JM, DR, MM 
for putting up with my consistent and extra 
iemands. Prosperity and happiness to the 
Senior Staff: Rob, Lori, Eric, Derrick, 
Michelle, Courtney, Kate, Tracy and Erica. 
Best wishes to Jen M. and the 1993 Staff. 
Long live the Saxifrage! 

Sincere/\, 



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1992 Saxifrage Yearbook Staff: Front Row: Unicia Young, Derrick McKercher, 
Anne McNeill, Julie Bussiere Middle Row: Melissa Wheeler, Deb Wattu, Gina 
A. Cuccovia, Paula Ferrazzi, Erica Sacht Back Row: Eric Magiera, Joel Laino, 
Lori Drapeau, Stephanie Stanley, RobComeau, Michelle Morgan, Jen Martinez, 
Jen DuBois Missing: Mark Bruno, Pam Dietrich, Dr. Arnold Gordenstein, Eric 
Guptill, Michelle Long, Julie Miranda, Kate Plante, Dean Rachupka, Tracy 
Rubadou, Tara Simmons, Pam Thomas 



1992 Saxifrage Yearbook Staff 

Mark Bruno 
Julie Bussiere 
Rob Comeau 
Gina A. Cuccovia 
Pamela Dietrich 
Lori Drapeau 
Jennifer DuBois 
Paula Ferazzi 
Arnold Gordenstein 
Eric Guptill 
Eric Magiera 
Jennifer Martinez 
Derrick McKercher 
Anne McNeill 
Julie Miranda 
Michelle Morgan 
Courtney Phaneuf 
Kate Plante 
Dean Rachupka 
Tracy Rubadou 
Erica Sacht 
Tara Simmons 
Stephanie Stanley 
Pamela Thomas 
Deborah Wattu 
Melissa Wheeler 
Unicia Young 
Contributors 
Pedro Aqui.ir 
Dan Bean 
Shannon Cullen 
Brian Davis 
John Eisner 
Kristi Goddard 
Carrie Jorgenson 
Joel Laino 
1 l.irn I | li mi 
Michelle Long 
Harris Upham 



Stafj Photographer 
Student Life Designer 
Photography Editor 
Editor-in-Chief 
Staff Photographer 
Staff Writer 
Staff Photographer 
Staff Photographer 
Adviser 
Treasurer 
Staff Photographer 
Sports Designer 
Sports Editor 
Organizations Designer 
Events Editor 
Student Life Editor 
Staff Writer 
Staff Assistant 
Organizations Editor 
Seniors Editor 
Staff Photographer 
Staff Photographer 
Greeks Editor 
Greeks Designer 
Staff Writer 
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Inter-Fraternity- 
Sorority Council 

LF.S.C. was formed to better rela- 
tions between members ot sorori- 
ties, fraternities, student body, 
administration, and the com 
munity. It is the governing body tor 
national and local Greeks on 
campus. I.F.S.C. sponsored Pack 
the Pub. Peck the Halls, an Easter 
can drive, and also a candy drive. 
This year was the tirst annual Greek 
\\ eek and semi-formal. 

Laura Bullen 




BACK: Tammy Belmore, Linda Peare, Sean Jordon, Tracy 
Gonynor, Christine Kunha FRONT: Jamie McCabe, Katie 
Daoust, Laura Bullen, Carla Gonsalves, Gerson Colon 



MISSING: Scott Strothers, Tim Sullivan, Fabiai 
Williams, Etchika Robertson, Jeanne Sullivan, May Ken 



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Adelphian Society 

The Adelphian Society, Sigma 
Alpha Delta, was founded in 1949. 
Their purpose was to further the de- 
velopment of the individual mem- 
bers, to become an active and in- 
fluential part of the college com- 
munity. The Adelphians are in- 
volved in a number of annual activi- 
ties, such as sponsoring a child 
through "Save the Children," help- 
ing the poor and needy during the 
holiday season, sponsoring a formal 
dance for its members in the fall and 
holding an Alumni Reunion in the 
spring. 

Greek Handbook, 1991 




BACK: Christine Cuhna, Jacqueline Kenncson, Kristen 
Chebock, Lisa Hiltz, Debbie Pellegrino, Shannon Regan 



FRONT: Tracey Gonynor, Tina Nickloff, Kim Mac 
Donald, Ellen Bristol, Kristen Parenteau 




Phi Beta Sigma 
Fraternity, Inc. 

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. as 
founded in 1914. Mu Alpha chapter 
was introduced to F.S.C. in 1980. 
The purpose was to advance the 
ideals of brotherhood, service, edu- 
cation and scholarship, male appre- 
ciation, awareness and develop- 
ment of black culture. In general the 
fraternity is a multicultural, interra- 
cial fraternity that wants to share its 
brotherhood with all who might be 
interested. 



Gerson Colon, Henry Noel, Reginald Mignon 



Sigma Phi Sigma Sigma Neasylon Society Esoteric, Society I.F.S.C. . Tokafon -Society ^Philodemic Society *A$elphian Solely »Zeta Phi Beta 




Li:a Bermude:, Heather Hurley, Nicole Mars, Socorro Rodnque: 



Iota Sweethearts 

The Iota Sweetheatts were es- 
tablished in 1964 at Morgan State 
College in Baltimote, Maryland. 
The purpose of our organization, is 
to promote sisterhood, unity, and to 
provide our services to the college 
and the community. This is done 
through various community services 
and fundraisers. 



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Fraternity, Inc. 

lota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. as 
(bunded at Morgan State College, 
Baltimore, Maryland in 1963. Irs 

twelve founders were young men 
and diversified individuals who 
bound together to achieve common 
goals and a unique blend of brother- 
hood. Iota Thi Theta Fraternity, 
Inc. can provide one with the tools 
and skills required to make them a 
well rounded individual. It can de- 
velop their potential as an indi- 
vidual and interweave it into a pro- 
ductive and collective whole. Iota 
can and does, roster scholarship and 
leadership at all levels. We work in 
preparing a model citizen through 
fidelity and brotherhood. 

Fabian Williams 




Hyacinthe Joassainte, Fabian Willams, Patricio Russell 



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Neasylon Society 

The Neasylon Society, Phi Omega 
Psi, was founded in 1967. They pro- 
mote love, unity, and sisterhood. 
The N easy Ions have sponsored ac- 
tivities such as the Alumni Tele- 
thon, weekends, and reunion. Also 
donated time and money to organi- 
zations such as Amnesty Inter- 
national, The Fitchburg Senior 
Citizens Center, Our Father's 
House, the Alumni Office, and the 
Christmas party in the Pub. 

Greek Handbook, 1991 




FRONT: Ltsa Jacob, Amy Zona, Jeanne Sullivan BACK: Lyn Camelio, Mary "Cookie" Driscoll, Linda Peare, Jenn Dewey 
Missing: Debbie Hamilton 




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Phi Sigma Sigma, Inc. 

Phi Sigma Sigma was founded in 
1913 by ten women with a common 
goal from Hunter College, New 
York, N.Y. Phi Sigma Sigma pro- 
vides service to the community, 
school, scholarship, friendship, so- 
cial interaction, loyalty to self de- 
velopment and leadership for 
women, and loyalty to sisterhood. 
Phi Sigma Sigma was chartered at 
F.S.C. on March 7, 1992 with 29 
founding sisters. They support the 
National Kidney Foundation with 
annual donations, participated in a 
Ski-A-Thon to support the children 
in the area, held first annual Singing 
Telegrams, and participated in 
other community service and 
campus activities. 

Stephanie Stanley 



BACK: Nicole Edmonds, Christine Knapper, Julie Mallory, Alicia 
■3rand, Adrianna Nunez, Jennifer Trainor, Karen Paquette, Milaina 
Vitiello, Lisa Elliot, Christy Talbot, Michelle Leveille, Brenda Rago 
THIRD ROW: Kara Solazzo, Kim Kirk, Tammy Belmore, Julie 
; ohnston, Michelle Morgan, Sue Kszystyniak, Jill Feeley, Lisa Cul- 
'. ivan, Tammy Kaufman, Kim Malanson, Melodie Kentopian, Me- 
issa Stanley SECOND ROW: Diane Burke, Diane Molinari, Kris- 



tin Melancon, Laura Buxton, Laura LaDouceur, MaryEllen Starble, 
Debbie DeMinico, Karen MacDonald, Michele Twining, Judy Ber- 
geron FRONT: Colleen Jackson, Kate Plante, Andrea Miele, 
Stephanie Stanley, Nanciann Hobson, Pam Ryer, Diana Hungaski, 
Dianne Lavado, Katie Daoust MISSING: Denise Belisle, Shirley 
Kennedy 



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Philodemic Society 

The Philodemic Society, Delta Phi 
Delta, was founded in 1948. They 
wanted to develop unity and friend- 
ship amongst individuals who value 
their uniqueness. They encourage 
greater school spirit and continue to 
support the Alumni Association as 
well as local chatities. The Philo- 
demics participate in service proj- 
ects such as sponsoring a child from 
McKay school for the annual 
Christmas party, and programs with 
the elderly at a local nursing home. 
Greek Handbook, 1991 



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Sigma Pi Fraternity, International 
was founded on February 26, L897 
in Vincennes, Indiana. It owes its 
existence to tour like-minded indi 
viduals with similar ideals who 
bonded togethei to form .1 Greek 
letter rratemitv. It was officially in- 
troduced to KSa". as a colon\ on 
March S. 1992. This diverse group 
of men united in brotherhood, 
strives to promote scholarship and 
encourage chivalry. Since arriving 
on campus. Sigma Pi has devoted 
time and energy to many communi- 
ty services, both on and oft campus. 
In the future. Sigma Pi hopes to 
continue its growth and that oi the 
entire Greek System here at F.S.C. 

Stephen Swart: 



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BACK: John Puchula, Joe Marcinowski, Eric Magiera, John 
Marshall, Rob Porath THIRD ROW: Rich Dornherger, 
John Batista, Sean Jordan, Adam Glass, Jean-Claude 
Bouvier, Steven Koldys, Paul Lavallee, Greg Sandburg, 
Neal Reardon SECOND ROW: Steven Hagenbuch, Ernie 



Whitehead, Diallo Hudgins, Tim Brooks, Daye Langevir , 
Peter Russo, Jamie McCabe, Dan Butler FRONT: Var 
Chanthanasinh, Chris Manfredi, Martin Walsh, Etta 
Becker, Brian Callahan, Stephen Swartz, Dan Cumming 
Mike Herter 



Beta Sigma* Phi Sigma Sigma Neasyjon Society Eso|erk Sdciety; I.F-§-Ci. - Tokalon Society PJhUddemV Society ' Adelphlan Society- Z^ta Pi 



Sigma Tau Gamma 

Sigma Tau Gamma was born of the 
desires and aspirations of 17 men in 
the belief that all men are social 
creatures, and that friendships of 
college men are lasting ones. It rose 
as a result of friendships made while 
in the service of their country during 
WWI, in France. By dedicating 
themselves to the highest ideals of 
manhood, brotherhood and citizen- 
ship, they would inspire thousands 
of men from all parts of the country 
who would follow in their footsteps. 
The fraternity is based upon the 
principles of Value, Learning, Lead- 
ership, Excellence, Benefit and In- 
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BACK: Rob Comeau, Dave Guartofierro, Kevin Dupis, 
Brian Rothwell, James Buckley, Ryan Ruggeno, Scott 
Rosenhan THIRD ROW: Andrew Stephens, Eric Guptill, 
Derrick McKcrcher, Jamie Nonni, Mark Proietti, Mike 
LaFrance, Salvador Vassdo SECOND ROW: Phil 
Miemela, Dave Macleliney, Kevin Gross, Joseph Walsh, 



Ron Vallee, Jim Darcangelo, Jim Vail FRONT: Bri 
Lege-r, Shawn Kelly, Ed Dunn, Scott Strothers, Jay Farrc 
Tim Sullivan, Mike Dion MISSING: Kevin Divoll, J 
McKenna, Jeff Bates, Dave Angelli, Jeff Stephens, Ri' 
Klotz, George Lopez 



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The Tokalon Society, Alpha Phi 
Theta, was chartered in 1946 and 
carries the tradition of happiness, 
togetherness, and friendship. 
Throughout the years they have 
worked on many community serv- 
ices. This year they published their 
fourth annual Student Directory, 
raffled Bruins and U2 tickets and 
ran their annual Maid Day. They 
worked with the American Cancer 
Society to promote the national 
smoke-out during F.S.C. Wellness 
Week, provided services for Bur- 
hank Hospital, United Way, Nau- 
keag Hospital and participated in 
Deck the Halls. 

Laura Bullen 



I 2K: Cheryl Smith, Melinda Konesky, Tracy Diaz, Lisa 

kiiltney, Sue Gallant, Bobbie Parsons THIRD ROW: 

i Thomas, Cathy Comeau, Paula Ferrazzi, Laura Bullen, 

ia Golisano SECOND ROW: Maureen Doyle, Carla 



Gonzalves, Amy Pitchman, Jen Owens, Dorothy Chase, 
Kelly Connolly FRONT: Chris Keenan, Krissy Connolly, 
Cathy Broullette, Carleen LaPointe, Kim Kazmarski, Tricia 
Nelson 



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Zeta Phi Beta 
Sorority, Inc. 

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. was 
founded in 1920. It was introduced 
to F.S.C. in 1989, Theta Alpha 
chapter is a metropolitan chapter. 
They foster the principals of service, 
scholarship through scientific lit- 
eracy, sisterhood, civic responsibil- 
ity, cultural and educational pro- 
grams as well as Finer Womanhood. 
In this mission, the organization 
seeks to promote these qualities and 
attributes among our student body. 
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. pro- 
motes charitable projects on college 
campuses and within the communitv. 
Greek Handbook, 1991 



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Another successful season for the 
Soccer Team! Sounds almost boring 
but not to these guys. They finished 
the season with a 12-5-2 mark and 
5-2 in the MASCAC Conference. 
The difference about this season 
from past seasons was that for the 
first time since 1988 they made it to 
post season play. They made it to 
the semi-finals before falling to a 
powerful Wesleyan team, who 
ended up the ECAC Champions. 

The spark plug for this year's team 
was Senior Captain Jason Malone. 
He set school records for scoring, 
with 28 goals and 17 assists. During 
his four years he set records in both 
categories with 71 goals and 37 
assists. Junior Erik Ringuette and 
Freshman Dean Nichols followed 
Malone in scoring by adding 24 and 
21 points respectively. On defense, 
Mike Buron and Mike Kramer were 
excellent as a first line of defense for 
goalie Eric Hubler, who had three 
shutouts and a 1.29 goals against 
average. 

Head Coach Malcolm MacPher- 
son also established a personal goal 
as he went over the 100 win plateau. 
His career record now stands at 108- 
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offense for the Football team. The 3-6 record 
was one more than last season's win total, but 
the team still had many accomplishments. 

Coach Vin Keough's squad only allowed a 
total of 154 points on defense, while the 
offense did not score many points 84, it did 
gain yards as it ended up with 2101. This by 
far is a school record. Phil Doherty a senior 
running back was impressive as he set the 
single season rushing record with 857 yards. 
Which averages out to be good for 95.2 yards 
rushing a game. On defense Sophomore Pat 
Keough and Freshman Howie North had 
stellar years. Keogh making 116 tackles and 
North intercepting the ball nine times, a 
school record. 

Other members that had excellent years 
were Junior Jim Lord, Seniors Lou Vento and 
Paul Camick and Freshman Kris Theriault. 



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their first winning season since 1983 
with a 15-14 record. The team also 
managed to place second in the 
MASCAC Conference with a 4-1 
record. Head Coach Bob Murray 
and first year Assistant Coach 
Cathy Salaki put together a very 
talented team that showed it could 
play with the best. 

Team Captain, Dawn Vieira, was 
named to the MASCAC All-Star 
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Victoria Comacho. Comacho also 
finished runner-up for MVP of the 
entire MASCAC conference. 
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er, play together, win together!" 
worked for the Women's Field 
Hockey team because they finished 
the season with an 11-5 record. 
They also won a share of the 
MASCAC title, and received the 
first seed in the MAIAW tourna- 
ment. 

Going into the season, Coaches 
Jane Powers and Sharon Lowry 
looked at a team consisting of re- 
turning players, hut also a lot of 
empty spaces. Coming on strong for 
the team was Senior Jennifer 
Kapenas, who set a school record of 
14 goals on the year, and Senior 
Kristy Faugno had a career high 9 
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pleted the season with a second place timsh 
in the MASCAC Championship, nine 
points behind Westfield State. 

Running with determination and drive, 
Junior Captain Melissa Lombard set a new 
course record finishing the course in 20:00 
minutes as well as placing first. Marina 
Rosario, a freshman finished third in this race 
with a time of 20A9, Freshman Norma Mello 
finished fifth with a time of 21:15. 

The season was a hint of what is to come 
for this team next season as the top three 
runners all return to do battle with the rest of 
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The Men's Cross Country Team had an- 
other outstanding year as they finished 
second in the MASCAC Championships. 
This marks the fourth time they have done so 
in the past six seasons. In the Championship 
meet, they finished second to Westfield State 
by one point losing 32-33. 

Adding another fantastic season for Head 
Coach Jim Sheehan's squad was Jason Cul- 
linane. Cullinane finished first in the 
MASCAC Championship, fifth in the New 
England Division III Championships and 
forty-eight in the Nationals. Also having 
strong seasons were Francisco Hernandez and 
Rich Carabba each finished 2nd and 3rd re- 
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If you saw flipping, jumping and 
people being thrown through the air 
at the Robert Elliot Football Field 
this fall, you were not watching the 
Barnum and Bailey Circus. What 
you were watching was the F.S.C. 
Cheerleaders. 

After a week-long camp during 
the summer and days in the swelter- 
ing sun, the cheerleaders reached 
new heights. Practices were held 
two or three times a week on the 
Quad where they danced until dark. 
The lack of a full-time coach and in- 
juries held the squad back a bit but 
captains, Christine Buckley and 
Laurie Cook, helped the team 
through some rocky times. 

Christine and Laurie will be 
missed greatly as they have devoted 
a great deal of time and effort to the 
cheerleading program. The squad 
will lose these two leaders to gradu- 
ation this spring, along with Senior 
Erin Shea. 

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Another successful year for the 
Fitchhurg State Hockey Team! 
Sound familiar? The Hockey Team 
posted a 17-9-1 mark on their way to 
another ECAC North Champion- 
ship. It was the third straight season 
that they won the title and the 
fourth time they did so in the last 
five years under Head Coach Dean 
Fuller. 

The Team managed to get off to a 
fast start as they won their first nine 
games. They went into a slump as 
they lost four out of the next five 
games. They managed to pull things 
together at the end of the season 
winning their final four games and 
finishing a half game behind 
Assumption College in the stand- 
ings. Because they heat Assumption 
during the regular season they got 
the home ice advantage through the 
playoffs, something that would 
prove valuable to the Team. They 
managed to beat Southern Maine 
and Assumption at home to win the 
third straight title . For the North/ 
South Championship game the 
team traveled to Amherst and lost a 
tough one to Amherst College 4-2. 



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It was the best season in Fitchburg 
State College's history as the 
Women's Basketball Team posted a 
winning season for the first time 
ever with an outstanding 18-7 mark. 
The Team also managed to capture 
the MAIAW Championship. Key 
players in the Championship series 
were Malane Perry, Tina Sottile and 
Megan Stephens. 

Malane Perry posted the best sea- 
son of her career establishing school 
records in rebounds, points and 
steals in a single season. She also led 
the nation with a 17.7 rebound per 
game average and finished in the top 
ten in the country in scoring with a 
24-8 points per game average. 

Kathleen May also had an out- 
standing year as she led the team in 
assists and was among the nations 
leaders in assists. She also led the 
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season with a record of 10-12 and 3-9 in the 
MASCAC standings. Third year Head 
Coach Boh Bonci saw his Team mark im- 
provement as the Team's record was the best 
it has been in six years, and their MASCAC 
finish also had them out of the cellar for the 
first time in six years. 

The season started off on a quick note, as 
the Team raced out to an impressive 6- 1 rec- 
ord beating teams such as Anna Maria. 
Things started to collapse for the Team as the 
rest of the season had them going 4-11, in- 
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number ten came in the last game of the sea- 
son against Bridgewater State and gave the 
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Team leaders Jeff Black and Nelson Oliver 
had fantastic seasons as Black led the nation 
in rebounds averaging 16.5 per game and led 
the team in scoring with an average of 17.0 a 
game. Oliver averaged 15.8 points a game 
and scored his 1000 career point this year. 
Other team members who had a successful 
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finishing the season with an 8-21 record. This was the 
most wins in a season since 1988. The tryouts for the team 
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history of Fitchburg State. Over 50 people came out to try 
and make the team. This gave the coaches much to work 
with, they had at least two people trying out for every 
position on the team. 

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North Adams State for the first time in seventeen games. 
Also, stopping North Adams undefeated streak. The Fal- 
cons also won a few games against Division II schools. 

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Steve Pickett and John Basile. The Falcons will have a 
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The season consisted of many postponed games due 
to rain. When all the games were finally played, the 
record stood at 4- 18. "It may not be the final record we 
hoped for but we worked hard and had fun along the 
way," Jen Crane. 

Captains for the season were Kerry D'Amico, 
Marsha Manna, Becky Cain, and Jen Crane. The 
team enjoyed working with Coaches Ken Ellis and Lisa 
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the mens Track Team. This sums it 
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to finish 17th in the Division III 
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among all New England schools. 

This was a year in which many 
team members came to the front of 
their field. Junior Jason Cullinane 
finished second at the NCAA 
Championship in the 3000 steeple- 
chase, which gave him All- 
American honors for the second 
year in a row. Freshman Kris Theri- 
ault also finished second at the 
NCAA though his event was the 
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American honors. Senior Jeff Moda 
had another great season in both the 
100 meter dash and the 200 meter 
dash. Jeff who was running what 
would have to be some of the best 
races of his life pulled a hamstring in 
the New England Division III. 
Championship which finished his 
season as well as his college career. 
Chris Smith also had a Fantastic 
season in the pole vault as did Fran- 
cisco Hernandez in the 10,000 
meter run. Both earned All-New 
England honors. 

The team is looking ahead to next 
season all ready as they prepare to 
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second MASCAC Championship making them the 
only school to win this event. The team managed to 
beat the second place team by 26.5 points which was 
made possible by capturing seven first place finishes 
out of the nineteen events. 

Having fantastic seasons for the team were Maritza 
Knight, a junior who managed to win three events at 
the MASCAC Championship, the only one to do so. 
She also managed to earn All-New England honors in 
three events — the 200 meters, the 400 meters and the 
4x100 meter relay. Also having very good years were 
senior Maureen Horan, Coann White, Joann 
McCarthy and Tracy Lapointe. Freshman Tina Rou- 
ine captured the 3000 meters at the MASCAC and 
managed to set a new meet record. 

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Caouette. John Lucier, Enc Gorby. Jim Lord. Keith Dcely, Dan Ebcrt. Dan Chaisson, Kris Thenault Third Row: Jack 
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North. Tom Dunbar, Sye Curtu. Dave Mambro Back Row: Athletic Trainer Bob Burke, Coach Mike Cipro, Coach Mike 
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Gina Urbani, Erika Oliver, Lisa Elliot, Katie Wippold, Colleen Miranda Back: Asst. G>ach Sharon Powers, KayS 
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"Old Tunc Rock and Roll" at this 
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March 25. 

Ziggy, from Russ McQueen Pro- 
ductions set up the Karaoke 
machine and the Seniors took over 
the mic singing everything from 
"M\ Boyfriend's Back" to "The 
Love Shack." 

Purine the evening, the class offi- 
cers passed out Senior T-shirts and 
let the class know they had reserved 
all three decks of the Spirit of 
Boston tor this year's Senior Ball. A 
formal picture package was rattled to 
be redeemed at the ball. 

At midnight the last of the per- 
formers took their final how. It was a 
successful event! 

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The Spirit of Boston, through 
rain and wind, sailed the Boston 
Harhor on Friday, April 24, 1992. 
Aboard the ship was the Class of 
1992 which celebrated their Senior 
Commencement Ball. The boat 
sailed from 7-12 pm. 

Hors d'oeurves and a buffet 
dinner were enjoyed after which 
dancing and entertainment were 
the passtime. On the upper level of 
the ship there was a band which 
played all tunes and the Class of 
1 992 danced and sang along. On the 
lower level, the ship's crew enter- 
tained the crowd with caberet-style 
dancing and singing. 

Despite the choppy waters, the 
Class of 1992 parried the night away 
while catching the spirit of each 
other's enthusiasm! 








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Despite that it was a cloudy and 
cold day, the Class of 1992 still kept 
up the spirit and left Fitchhurg State 
College with a grand finale! 

President of the senior class, Van- 
essa Coulacos, not only hoped that 
her fellow classmates obtain inspir- 
ing futures but also performed solo 
while singing the National Anthem 
and the Alma Mater, In Old Wachu- 
sen's Shadou: 

Guest Speaker, Dr. Helen Ross 
Russell, strongly expressed the need 
for environmental awareness and 
the urgency to secure a safe environ- 
ment. 

Much luck and happiness to the 
Class of 1992! 

Girw A. Cuccovia 









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Sociology 



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English 



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Economics 



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Irulus trial Technology 



Tracy Lynn Albino 

Nursing 




Valerie E. Allgrove 

Communications/Media 



Leslie Susan Amaral 

Nursing 



Charlene June Arsenaul 

English 




Crystal A. Auger 

Biology 



Lisa Christine Bacon 

Elementary Education 



Joseph Felesber Baeta 

History 




Timothy Dean Bamford 

CtmxmunicatumslMedia 



Julie Ellen Banks 

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Elementary Education 



Kevin Baron 

Computer Science 




Jennifer Barrows 

Communications/Media 



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Industrial Technology 



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Early Childhood Education 



Keri'Anne Barry 

Early Childhood Education 



Elizabeth Anne Bartkus 

Elementary Education 



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Elementary Education 




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Nursing 




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Communications/Media 



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Early Childhood Education 



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Chemistry 



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College was the best four years! The third floor will always rule. #13 Florida Slattery's 2:30 
Winthrop A bunch of clowns live in RT man! Amy, you're the best! I made it mom and 
dad, 1 love you! Rickey, you will always be the best bro!! 

"Success is the best revenge against those who doubt you." Walk in woods. Epsilon PiTau. 
The Wall. Monty Python. Thanks Lisa, mom + dad. No Hobbit. Higheye pig. Kegs in 602. 
Survived Architecture! Laconia. Bert. Comholes 88-92. 

PeX\c J. ftfr*U* 

Sue we made it! Special Thanks to Maryellen! Jenni thanks for being you! Good Luck to 
everyone in your future endeavors! "Be all you can be!" 

1 14 Myrtle Good times with JO, KF, AF, AK, DN, LS, CAMPFIREEZZCANCUN 91 J. 
Pee Brian I Love You Got Any Shoes? THE LOG Ruthiejonsee! Thanks Joy. All my love, 
Brielle, Alyson, Duncan, Mom + Dad, Mor Mor + Grandpon. 



1 DID IT!!! I'M PSYCHED! THANK YOU H.P. I LOVE YOU JUSTIN. TEN YEARS 
. . . WHAT DO I DO NOW? THE FIRST ONE IN THE AUGER OR CAYFORE 
FAMILY TO HOLD A BACHELOR'S DEGREE. IT'S A GREAT FEELING. 

I FINALLY MADE IT! 5 YRS. IS TOO LONG. KRISTINE, I LOVE YOU VERY 
MUCH! PAUL, YOU ARE A GEEK FOR GRADUATING ON TIME. THANK YOU 
MOM & DAD FOR YOUR LOVE AND SUPPORT! FOR KRISTIN — HANG IN 
THERE. WHAT A PLUS. BYE! — THE COURT JESTER 



JULESB, OH MY HEAD! MOM 1-4-3 24/7. 



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167 Myrtle St. Ill Myrtle Keg parties/ late nights/ beer pong. Arty, my best roommate/ 
friend. Thanks Mom & Dad for making this possible. 9/8/88 a very special day. To John, 
my best friend and the most important person in my life!! 



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T'SOVER! BRENDA 2/14/91 KEEP IN TOUCH LORI! FSC PARTIES, LOG CABIN, 
MOVIES, THE CAPE, VT. AND SENIOR BALL. KEN AND KEVIN #1 REMEMBER 
SAT., D AND D, ATHENS AND DICE WARS. GOOD LUCK SIS! THANX TO 
I3EORGE AND KARATE CLUB 

Ifhanks to everyone at FSC — you are the best! MAX: A champagne toast Co our future 
Ogether — I Love You — do not forget! To my estranged family: I love you all very much, 
I hanks tor everything! Ciao folks — I am out of here! Juanny 

am where and what I am due to my parents. My success is yours. Thanks tor everything 
^om and Dad! Thanks for standing by me for four long years Derek. Now the future is ours. 
.et life begin. 

BEGINNING OF A GREAT ADVENTURE 

telieve in your dreams, follow them. Thank you to my family and friends for ill vour 
uppott. Special thanks to Mom and Dad tor all vour love and encouragement, I couldn't 



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I'LL ALWAYS REMEMBER ROOMING Will I M ARYELLEN — A GREAT FRIl NDI 
THANKS FOR EVERYTHING, CHRIS - I LOVE YOU! I'M GLAD YOl ( AMI 
INTO MY LIFE WHEN YOU DID [HANKS MOM FOR A I I vol 'R si ITORT — I 
COULDN'T HAVE DONE IT WITHOUT YOL'. (GOODLU< KTOSR S > 

WOO-WCXv "I'M GOING WHERE THE WIND DONH BLl >\* S 3TRANGI 
LACKING ARMS W/ GWENDOLYN AND \l< Oil MM |AMS I 
THE MOUNTAIN, FREAKS ORANGI STRE1 !. GAGI & 137 THANKS TO 
PETER PHOTO CREW AND MY FAMI1 V III I LO BOOBSII I 



"Lite''- rriaK may be hard t, , bear, but patience i n tlive them " I ■ m j • 

all tin- memories It's been a blast' Thanks Mom and Dad f"r all youi tuppon 
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Special Education 



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Business Administration 



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Nursing 



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Communications/Media 




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Business Administration 




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Business Administration 



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Nursing 



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Business Administration 



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Communications/Media 




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Communications/M edia 



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English 




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Business Administration 



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Economics 



Richard Carabba 

Sociology 



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Nursing 



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Elementary Education 



Kimberly Camara 

Elementary Education 




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Communications/Media 



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Early Childhood Education 



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Psychology 



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Sociology 



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English 




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Nursing 



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■>elp Can I make it on my own Some days I can Some days 1 just don't know where it is I'm 
at." — EB Thanks Mom and Dad. 

TO GOOD TIMES: 

MALATESTA. PRUDENTIAL, BOULS, AQUINAS, ROB, COOKIE, SLT, 
MAURA. KARYN, DOOGIE, KEV, JIM, TRASH MOUTH, AM+TRISH, 
MORGAN. STARBLE, OFCOUTSE MCGILL, MONTREAL, SLATS, 82 MYRTLE, 
THANKS MOM + DAD FOR BEING THERE, AND ESPECIALLY JULIE! 

MUlUn* (\r3le+*f g«U«wt 

^C JP MV WE HAD SO MUCH FUN! I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU! YOU 

GUYS ARE THE BESTST YOU'VE ALWAYS BEEN THERE I LOVE YA M ALCLOM 

• DOMS SPEED AYSAUB9 FLOOR DISCO HI TR JB 22 192 "CARDS" 

THANS TO MY FAMILY LOVE YOU MUCH! WE MUST ALWAYS HAVE OLD 

MEMORIES AND YOUNG HOPES. 

It*llv»+t P<u^e &o«^« 

WAS THE BEST WITH JIM. TIM, MAC, GUINEA, SLT, BRIAN, JANE, 
J8, SLATTERYS. CLUB BOSTON, BEAT THAT HORSE, 
DUH:. THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID. THE HOT DOG STAND, MR. PRECISE 
TH - 1 AND DAD — I COULDNT HAVE DONE IT WITHOUT YOU! 

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"Together as one we can make a difference" To my family, Thank You I will never forgt 
the friends at FSC, SR DC and especially my brown eyed friend! I love you all! Goodby ' 
FSC! 

THE DAYS ARE TOO PRECIOUS TO WASTE ON BEING AFRAID. YOU GOTD-j ] 
TKE SOME CHNCES! MOM AND DAD THANKS SO MUCH I LOVE YOU! BES' 
OF LUCK KRIS, KIM, KATIE, JOSH AND RYAN TEAN, #18, #8, #14, #25, #15 
MC 105 IT'S BEEN REAL 

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THANKS MOM, DAD AND BOZ FOR ALL YOUR LOVE AND SUPPORT. MEM 
ORIES: THE FENWICKS AND THE BARN, 3 AM IN VAXLAND, HERLIHY -\ 
AUBUCHON HALLS, CLUB MYRTLE AND BEST OF ALL 71 SNOW ST. LORI I'LI 
NEVER FORGET YOU, BOOMERS AND THE FRIENDLY'S GANG. 

"I TRIED TO STAND UP BUT COULDN'T FIND MY FEET, I TRIED TO SPEAK Ul 
BUT ONLY IN YOU (MY FRIEND) AM I COMPLETE" — U2, WXPL, Club Comrr. 
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i "The Sled," Blue Springs, TH 604. Where will I be in 10 years? You can do anything if 
liebody tells you you can't. 

n memories of love will die, Which after years you still recall; If you on talent's fire rely, 
- Ight shall he left, no trace at all. 

\CdLj A fU-du>wUu 

II, It's finally over! Thanks to my family and friends I could never have made it without 
1 ! I'll he lost without my shadow Leah — Miss you, man. And to Andy: Whetever 1 am, 
I be thinking of you. Gnothi Seauton all TK's! 

'■ lity is nothing more than a bad dream that you cannot wake up from. Therefore have 
e fun with it you only live once. 

i 'son, Stop the trolley 1 want to get off! Kim, pretend that . . . Kimba, Tonite i- sour 



nite Bro! Noemia, Don'i get your feel net' Lit' Kim, RELAX! [g ii Missy or Inn.' Tii 
thanks! 3rd floor? Myrtle St? Thanks Mom + Dad — I luv u 



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for peace but fear no man SOANGETAHA FOREVER M^ Mi iHAWl Bl 
DC— LILLY— I LOVE YOU my ( olumbian Prii 

FRIENDS FOREVER PINK LADIES. <»tl, HaXW. BUDGIRLS, -I iVS, SKI I KIP. 
BAHAMAS. BELL-BARS. KEG RA< ES, Del a, |en Klub K "no I'm I iotas ' *« 
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I will miss all my friends and my roomies. I will never forget all your support Karl and I 
LOVE YOU! 

Time flies when you're having fun!" GOOD LUCK to all my friends! Joe, Thanks for 
EVERYTHING — you're the best! THANKS Dad + Sandy for all your support, I couldn't 
have done it without you! 

FEAR NO ART: THANKS FOR THE SUPPORT. LOVE YOU, GC KB AW JB GOV 
DM SIGMA TAU GAMMA 

RelviX L 0<»*~t**. in. 

The best 4 years of my life! Thank you Mom and Dad AGAIN! I owe you my life! I'm going 
to miss the late night talks Tina! Croutons I -ever. Thanks for the good times: IN, LA, KM, 
ES, 3rd floor! Jay, Ameboo! 

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BIGGER AND BETTER THINGS (IF THAT'S POSSIBLE) TO ALL MY FRIEND5 : 
AND PEERS BEST OF LUCK IN THE FUTURE! IT'S BEEN THE BEST YEARS OF MY ' 
LIFE SO FAR STAY IN TOUCH SEE YA! 

Think where man's glory most begins and ends. And say my glory was I had such friends. — 
Yeats 

Thanks for all your support and help Mom, Dad and the rest of my family. I couldn't have 
done it without all of you. Thanks Jim, Doug, Lew, and Karen for all the memories. B703, 
B709, !704, S302, TH301, 90210, Slats, WEC, S.F. 49ERS 

The best of times at 105. you were therefor it all CB — couldn't of done it without you. 
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"I NEVER LOOK AT THE MASSES AS MY RESPONSIBILITY. I LOVE ONE INDI- 
VIDUAL AT A TIME. THE WHOLE WORK IS ONLY A DROP IN THE OCEAN 
BUT IF I DIDN'T PUT THE DROP IN, THE OCEAN WOULD BE ONE DROP LESS " 
MOTHER TERESA 143 M + D 

MOIRA, YOU'RE NEXT! I'M GLAD YOU'RE BACK DWL! DEB IS IT WORSE THAN 
SLOAN? TH 404 I MISS YOU! SPRING BREAK IN THE BAHAMAS + FLORIDA' 
FSC HAS BEEN FUN! SEE YA! MOM + DD I COULDN'T HAVE DONE IT 
WITHOUT YOU, THANKS I LOVE YOU! 

^Upxht Get 

Decoy, Riathlma CWU. FBALL #22 KNIGHTS EL-PRESGATOR. GOON MAC 
SPREE DAY 89 TV toss/shotin the Mailman, opei DJ , Leppucn FSC cons: GATES SING- 
ING. Torn coats//oh great No Dan we where bowling partnrs L. Boon Boy:. 105 H..II 
Tanial43 

LIFE IS NOT LOST BY DYING! LIFE IS LOST MINUTE BY MINUTE PAY BY 
DRAGGING DAY, IN ALL THE THOUSAND, SMALL, UNCARING WAYS."-S 
BENNET. LOVE & FREEDOM TO KB, CR, KS, WF, RC, BUCK, GRAZIE A MIA 



FAMIGLIA PER TUTTI! LONG LIVE THE SAXIFRAGE! 

I'LL FACE IT WITH A GRIN, I'M NEVER GIVING IN . . . SHOW — FREDDIE 
MERCURY (1991) 

"NO TRUTH IS EVER A LIE!" I want to thank nq parents foi .ill they have done foi me 
and all they've given me! I'll nevei fonjei the friends I made senior w..r ITiey're -Ik- best! 

Please keep in Touch! Love you all! 

*ctwy At— 0A»*U+ 

THANKS TO MY DAD FOR ENCOURAGING ME TO STICK THER1 3PEC1 \l 

THANKS TO THE ENTIRE REINHOLD FAMILY FOR All 1 1 II IK SI IPF1 N I AM I 
TELLING ME I COULD MAKE IT. TO MY FRIENDS THANK- I ( >R M .\KI\i (THIS 
THE FUNNEST FOUR YEARS OF MY LIFE! 

I couldn't have made it without y..u IV ! rh .inks for the memories of TH404. Spring I 
•91— SLOAN LIVES — Captain Ken Doll?!? Good luck RD I..-. got my mi 
SM, the Cape, the lake, BSC. Thank ' ' | grandpan 

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I want to thank alll profs who pushed me to my limits. To my friends, I want you to know, 
without you, I couldn't have made it!!! Thanks mon + Dad for bringing me home on 
wkends! M.T.W Drinking Club!!! research feet!! 

Thanks Ma + Dad! Hove you! The best roommates Jule Kelly + Tina I love you guys! 9th 
floor III never forget! 9th floor III never forget! Ski Trip91. Thanks FSC for the best 
times + friends, Trace + Cindy. Eric III allways love you. Ma Dad + the Girls I did it! I love 
you. 

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got, I've earned, What I'm not, I've learned — Bruce 

DmLc* Deietfy PeZei* 

DEX 82 + 97, THROUGH ALL THE GOOD + BAD TIMES, THANKS TO ALL MY 
FRIENDS; KM, JB, JD, TH, DM, RY, JM, SG, JM, AR, + AL L. TO THE 3B'S: ALL MY 
LOVE AND THANKS TO MY PARENTS, GRANDPARENTS AND BROTHERS + 
SISTER HASTA LUEGO FSC "GET OUTA HERE YA FREAK" LIVE 

Ql+iitofltA C. buck* 

Thanks Mom&Dad, I love you. Good times with SH, CF, SM, AB, KS, NV, KG. "Hey do 
you want some juice? "But just think, we'll have jobs love DM, 6/4/91 . Many thanks to MT 
Faculty. Never forget SF. Thank you Missy. Best wishes to everyone. 

SEND ME ALL THE MONEY YOU HAVE! I'LL MAKE MORE! LIFE'S LIKE SEX THE 
MORE YOU PUT INTO IT, THE MORE YOU GET OUT OF IT!! THE CORRUPT 
LEAD THE BLIND, AS SOCIETY TRUDGES ON. PEACE SELLS BUT WHO'S BUY- 
ING OPTIMUS PRIMUS FROTO LIVES ON! 






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'HEARTS WILL NEVER BE PRACTICAL UNTIL THEY CAN BE MADE UN- 
BREAKABLE. SO REMEMBER, MY SENTIMENTALFRIEND, A HEART IS NOT 
UDGED BY HOW MUCH YOU LOVE, BUT BY HOW MUCH YOU ARE LOVED 
vfY OTHERS." — THE WIZARD OF OZ THANKS MOM&DAD, &H.D.&K.L. 

CHRIS, HERMAN, JIM, JEREMY SPREE DAY — '89 INTERN 91-92 SPORTS ETC 
. . PHEASANT LANE MALL GOSSIP SCUBA DIVING GAYLE ND ANNE 
THANKS MOM, DAD, KIM, GRAMMY, GRAMPA 

TO THE BEST 4 YRS. OF MY LIFE. THE MANOR — BARN#55 LATE NIGHTS AT 
'4 — BUST + MOVE RICO! ORLD EXPLORER. LOVE YA — CHRIS, AMI! +TO 
VLL MY ROOMIES — YOUR'RE THE BEST! RENEE, T + CARLYN — THE BEST OF 
BUDDIES! SAN — WHAT CAN I SAY! MOM, DAD — THANKS 

K^U^iy Pi T)<n**y 

o be nobody but yourself in a world which is doing its best night and day, to make you 
verybody else, means to tight the hardest battle any human being can tight, never Stop 
ighting. e e cummings Thanx Mom + Dad Love ya! 

"HANKS MOM! I COULDN'T HAVE MADE IT WITHOUT YOUR LOVE AND 
iUPPORT. M.C. AND K.M. FRIENDS FOR 4 YEARS. THANKS FOR ALWAYS 



BEING THERE. TODD. VOL' WAITED 1 YEARs 
GOOD LUVK TO ALL MY FRIENDS. C-YA FSC 



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1-3-89. THANX4WAITING 1 LOVE YOU ALXAYV Mi IM + DAD I COULDNH 
HAVE DONE IT WITHOUT YOU KE KA IA 1 LOVE YOU! 

I MADE IT! N709 "MY KNEE" DICE, OKAY. -TREE-DAY" MY ( AK IS LOS1 
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HI CAN VISUALIZE IT, YOU CAN ACHIEVE IT. ONCE YOUV'E ACHIEVED 
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S. 105 SNOW. NEVER 4GET THE 9th FLOOR + SKI TRIP 91.1 LOVE YOU MIKE! 



THANKS FOR BEING THERE FOR ME. I WILL MISS YOU BUDDY! 



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SMILE AND THE WHOLE WORLD WILL SMILE WITH YOU! DUDESKIS — 
THANKS FOR THE LAUGHS — LOVE YA! MOM, DAD, N + K — I LOVE YA! 
MOM, DAD, N + K — I LOVE YOU THANK YOU!!! E.G. — MY SWEET SURREN- 
DER . . . HEY — BE GOOD TO YOURSELF WHEN NOBODY ELSE WILL! 

ANN, MARIA . . . RICK, NICOLE, KELLY, SCOTT, ERIK, TINA, KEITH, D&C, 
CC, VK, RP, the JCPenney crew, my family . . . Traveling, snowmobiling . . . 4/23/88, 
9/14/91 . . . Success consists of getting up just one more time than you fail. To have a 
family. Miss ya DM 



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tDHANK YOU DAD! WITHOUT YOU I WOULDN'T BETHE PERSON I AM TODAY 
- 1 LOVE YOU! TO CL6 — THANKS FOR THE GREAT MEMORIES "RESPECT"— 
III MYRTLE AVE. TO RYAN 2 THINGS, I LOVE YOU AND THANK YOU FOR 
WAITING. TO MY FAMILY I FINALLY DID IT!!! 

li have been crucified with Christ; and it is no longer I who live, hut Christ lives in me; and 
«he life which I know live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me, and 
lelivered Himself up for me. Peace2all. 

Ve that have done and thought, That have thought and done, must ramble, and thin i iui 
•ike milk spilt on a stone. — WBY Thanks Mom and Dad I finally made it! 

Ja*~h J fl**.. Ill 

PC - LIGHTBULBS & PREGNANCY - MOOT LLUCI CICCONE — U2-0+X13 

- NEBRASKA — DOWOPS — COFFEE KINGDOM — DRAFT HOUSE — PROVE 

TO.L. X4 — SHERTON — AKU — AKU — PAUL MCCARTNEYX2 &CLAPTON 

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never want to be Clueless Cuppy Angie +Clue SRLEKKHBKTY L + T 

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THISQUOTEISTOCOMMEMORATEAII Ol till II II IR1 \ND PAST ORIEN- 
TATION LEADERS: OL'S DO IT WITH FRESHMAN! 

CfAw Ja^u* rw*»» 

THANKS FOR ALL YOUR LOVE AND SI PFt )RT M< )M AM ) I >AD I 1 1 >VE YOU 
BOTH 

I HAVE EARNED THE OPPORTUNITY TO TOUCH THE FUTURE. 1 WILI 

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Special Education 




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TO FACE. MY KNOWLEDGE IS IMPERFECT NOW; THEN I SHALL KNOW EVEN 
AS I AM KNOWN. THERE ARE IN THE END THREE THREE THINGS THAT 
LAST: FAITH. HOPE AND LOVE, THE GREATEST IS LOVE" — lCorl3 

You must know, my family, that through Him forgiveness of sins is being proclaimed to you 
(ACTS 1 3:38) Thanks Scott for work, thanks Henry for sharing, thanks to YQPPS, Ohio, 
Sutton, TS, Helen, CCM, Nana and my whole family! 

■l^n~Li J. QltUM*. 

Thanks for being the best friends anyone could have, Joan, Tracy, Audra, you have made 
FSC fun because you guys are the best. Thanks Mom and Dad for believing I could do it. 
And thanks to you Kevin for all the reassuring. Love you all. 

\CJLf f\t~t~ QUligA*. 

LIFE: If it's not fun, you aren't doing ir right. You know the people you assume are inferior, 
well give them a chance because they are full of "good stuff' Just like you. Love and thanks 
' A1-DAU — Michele — Matt, and the JAPS!! 

FRII STL! MJNTRYMEN LEND ME YOUR EYES, HISTORIANS DO 

IT BETTER. STAY ON THE RIGHTSIDE. STEVE SEE YOU IN THE SENATE! L 



WING RWING CROWD, GOD BLESS YOU. THANX FOR THE HISTORY DEPT 
GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 92 LOVE TO MOM, DAD, AND JEN. 

I LOVE YOU PATTI! MOM AND DAD I LOVE YOU TOO! THANKS FOR EVERY 
THING, SIGMA TAU GAMMA, THANK YOU BROTHERS. SIG TAU FOR LIFE 
GOOD LUCK JIM, MICHELLE, DERRICK, MARCI, CAROLYN, JEFF ANL 
CATHY, FINN, COACH AND MICHELLE. BYE 

IF YOU STAND UP AND BE COUNTED, FROM TIME TO TIME YOU MAY GE' 
YOURSELF KNOCKED DOWN. BUT REMEMBER THIS: A MAN FLATTENED B' 
AN OPPONENT CAN GET UP AGAIN, A MAN FLATTENED BY CONFORMIT 
STAYS DOWN FOR GOOD. T. Watson 

"Thank you to my parents and all my friends who have provided me with support an 
encouragement along my journey." Just remember, Albert Einstein once said that, "yo 
don't have to wear socks with shoes. 

PmJL W. r/*«^ J- 



THANK YOU MA AND DAD! I LOVE YOU BOTH VERY MUCH AND I COULDN'T 
HAVE MADE IT WITHOUT YOU! SISTERS OF PHI OMEGA PSI, THANKS FOR 
THE MEMORIES AND FRIENDSHIP OVER THE YEARS. LOCALS, SLATS, G- 
LOBBY, PARTYING, AND GOOD TIMES! DR. MAK — FINALLY! 

THANKS TO MOM, DAD AND THE REST OF THE CLAN. I COULDN'T HAVE 
DONE IT WITHOUT YOU GUYS! MEMORABLE MOMENTS: DISNEY WORLD, 
WHITE MOUNTAINS, "THE SLED", BUD GIRLS, SANTS HELPERS, AND 
SPRING BREAK! 

HERE'S TO THURSDAY NIGHTS! TOO STAN THE MAN WERES MY PIN ! LONG 
LIVE EPSILON PI TAU. RUSSELL TOWERS RULES, PENTHOUSE SUITES RA'S 
DO IT WITH TRAINING! RUSSELL RA'S ARE THE BEST TO THE MAN W/ 
3BRAIN, DOC&ALL THE I.T. PROFS! 

4 OF THE BEST YEARS OF MY LIFE. EPSILON PI TAU, WALK IN THE WOODS, 
LACONIA ROADTRIPS, SHOP KIDS FOREVER, HIGH EBE PIG, CORNBALL, 
KEGS IN 602, KNICKERBOCKERCORNHOLESBERTHOBBITBONGOSGOOD 
LUCKGUYSIWILLMISSYOU!! THANKS M&D FOR YOUR SUPPORT 

Here's to the best 4 years of my life! Parties on Gagel422&.40Trips to 1 1 lGreen "High" 
land Ave — way fun! Maria + Jen These are good times! Kevin — all my love — MomDad 
SidReva + Cramps — Hove you + thanks for everything! CRUE! C-ya Fitchhurg! 

I owe it all to my family — "My Bridge Over Troubled Water" My best friends Erin, 
Loriann, Courtney, &Tara! I love you Kate, Pattie, Mary, MagCheryl, ckColeen Holly — 
.We live in the ghetto! I love you — Johnny Jenek Kelly! Thank you MomckDad! 

Ma<v>«*. At~*t f/«1A*. 

Thank you Mom and Dad for the love and support. Never forget memories with KD, CF, 
'SM, KS, KG, NV and AB. "OH, you use oil!", "Good morning Lucy!" Congratulations to 
everyone. 

Thanks Mom + Dad I love you, Su:ie, Maria, Trace, Ann, Donna I'll miss you it's been 
great clubbin' MH, Keg parties SK, scary women, asbestos pants, kicked out of JRs! Shelby, 
Fred, and Murphy, all my friends from here and home, smoke a butt for me. 

"SCOOZ" THE BEST TIMES. KATHY, Z, DAKA DAYS, ST B'S SLATS, ELKS, 
PARTNERS, 119, 162, SCHOOLHOUSE DAYS. CLARKES, GM, HEEHEE, Z I'M 
STAYING. CHARLIE HORSE, WHERE'S THE RED RIBBON? PHILOS — SUE B. 
LIZBETH. THERE'S YOUR BOYFRIEND. THANKS M + D 

S^**«. Z+dd KM) 

Believe in yourself and you will succeed. Special x's w/special friends. TH203, VC, KS, 
OR. Study w/ VC, CLEARLY! Friends forever SP! Thanks Mom and Dad — You're the 
test! CK, MK, Good Luck! — GoodLuck '92. 

TThank You Mom, Dad, and Dianne. I couldn't have done it without you! Thanks to my 
'brothers of SIGMA TAU GAMM GAMMA Class — we will never quit 1 1/16/91/CHAR- 
TER! Congratulations These were the best of times! Steve and Phil 5yrs! Finally! 

I WILL NEVER FORGET ALL OF THE GREAT FRIENDS I'VE MADE AT F.S.C. 
-XX^D LUCK TO EVERYONE. THANKS MOM, DAD & JANET — I LOVE YOU 
\LL VERY MUCH. TONY — YOU MEAN SO MUCH TO ME, I'LL LOVE YOU 
ALWAYS. 5/25/87 F.S.C. RESCUE SQUAD — 92. 

Special thanks to my family . . . even Jeff. The friends 1 made here 1 will treasure forever. 
rhanks for the great times. To the men of Sig Tau, you guys are the best. 



MANUFACTURING TECH. ICE HOCKEY 88/89/90/91 WINNING FOUR HOCKEY 
CHAMPIONSHIPS LIBRARY ANNEX 13 WAVERLY 98 SNOW GAZOODY RUNS 
WITH DK + MD SLUB, SNOW THANK YOU TO MA, SW, DK, DE, SK, DG, CG, 
LC. THANKS TO MY MOM +DAD + FAMILY I AM VERY THANKFUL. 

Jci*. EAmivU. Lai -{<~! 

THANK YOU TO COLLEEN FOR BEING SUCH A WONDERFUL FRIEND, D.B. 
FOR HER LAUGHTER, P.L. FOR BEING A GREAT FELLOW STUDENT AND SIS- 
TER, AND MAMA LEONE FOR BEING THE MOST SUPPORTIVE MOTHER IN 
THE WORLD. I PASSED CALCULUS!! 

REM. All The fun times The stress times BAD dinners + Gracefullness: Laugh again to 
the 1 FRD who went to schl here w/o being here — MARK CE-CE You're the best. Mom 
+ Dad Thanks for the 1000's of $ to laugh & learn. KERI KATHI V.J. 

Thanks MOM + DAD for 5 years of coaching NWw/TD, lump, WXPL, 82, Final9: 15, 
Apt H, Fun with Pals, slacks, internal bleeding, meeting TS. "One foot in the door, the 
other one in the gutter" I didn't need a JACKET. ThanxsMokey + Nimbus. LATER 

CM, MM, MS, KR, AF, MC, CC, TS, NT — I'M GOING TO MISS YOU GUYS! 
D + D, THANKS! IT IS ONLY WITH THE HERT THAT ONE CAN SEE RIGHTLY; 
WHAT IS ESSENTIAL IS INVISIBLE TO THE EYE. ANTOINE DE SAINT EX- 
UPERY. GOOD LICK NEXT YEAR KM AND JG. 

Mu/UUt /W le+$ 

NEVER 4GET THE GOOD TIMES — SWACKAS, TH104&BR8, B7.&C4 RTPALS 
— LO, GL, KB, LF + LR: BEST FRIENDS BEST TIMES! — CLUB COMM/MED, 
INTRAA; S SB + BB &CHORAL ARTS W/AS MELODY — GREAT MEMORIES. 
GOOD LUCK '92 — SUCCESS + $ BUT NEVER 4GET F.S.C. THANKS MOM, DAD 
+ LEE 

JUnl A. U+Jy 

IN THE BELIEF THAT ALL MEN ARE SOCIAL CREATURES AND FRIENDS! UPS 
IN COLLEGE ARE LASTING ONES, I BID FSC A FOND FAREWELL. THANKING 
ALL MY FRIENDS, AND FAMILY WHO HELPED BRING OUT MY IDEALS OF 
MANHOOD AND BROTHERHOOD. SIG TAU FOR LIFE! 

HEADLINE READS CURRENT ARM WRESTLING CHAMP OF TIKI HUT 
LOUNGE MARRIES MONICA FROM CLUB BOSTON LOVE, HAPPINESS AND 
SILICONE 

AND IF I SHOULD FALL, LET ME STAND ON Tl IE SIDELINES AND WATC1 1 \ - 
THE WINNERS GO BY. 

AS COLLEGE ENDS AND REAL LIFE IS ABOUT TO BEGIN, ALL 1 CAN SAY IS 
"PUT ME BACK, PUT ME BACK IN!" 

Jt+tX lu MaiXl// 

I'M COLD, SUPER, 1 NEED A HUG, LET'S NOT BE WASTEFUL, GOD Hi I V M I 
PENNY SAVED IS A PENNY EARNED, USE YOUR CREATIVITY! II- Yi )U W< 
TKE CARE OF YOURSELF WHO WILL.' ITS ABOUT TIME! YOU'LL LI\ I 

FBALL SMU33-7WN WFIELDFIGHT Gc^RCIVlLWAR ( " MYRT1 I 

FBALLHOUSE MOWNGTDRKCLUB DATONW0 I'M iLSI 

GDIVBAMAVANG. I.G ( 11 OBBY C7SLATTS [RS ( APESPREEDA^ KEGR< B 
MPGATOR DONLYSLEGIGH BC AXI It 'I IU :l MA DAD I Nil MAI 

!Wj/ RUcit H<At**t-i "Mac" 

THANKS TO MY FAMILY FOR YOUR LOVE & SI PPOR1 Mil! 5TOTH2 ZKD, 

KS, SH, KD GO ON GIRLS. "2 SNAPS I IP & A ( IK( LE" GOOD I I'M 

TUESDAY NIGHT DR!\KI\i ICL1 B OHWHATANIOH1 
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THANKS TO ALL MY FRIENDS, OLD&NEW, FSC FOOTBALLL, PROFESSORS 
AND ESPECIALLY MY MOTHER, FATHER, BROTHER AND SISTER, BEST MEM- 
ORIES: MONTREAL ROAD TRIP, 105 MYRTLE AVE, GRAIN ALCOHOL AND 
BEATING SMU 33-7 

WHERE THE SPIRIT DOES NOT WORK WITH THE HAND THERE IS NO ART — 
NEVER FORGET SPECIAL TIMES + FRIENDS — PJJM + ALL "THE BOYS" — 
ROADTRIPTO WORC/MONTREAL88 — LONDON + GE90 — THE BEANTOWN 
APT PHOENIX91 CAPECVU + ME — LOVE AND THANKS TO MD + S. 

BEACH BOUND/JELO SHOTS/WINECOOLR/WATER FIGHTS/SNOW ST./ 
KIRCH/ PLAY DEAD /XMAS TREE DECORATING/SPREE DAY '90/CAALIFOR- 
Z9HR. SHOOT/ITHACA/FEBRUARY VACATION/DOORKNOB/BEACHS 
STREET SIGNS/ CORONA / THANKS MOM & DAD 

THANK YOU ACCESS AND FSC FOR GIVING ME THE CHANCE AND ESPE- 
YTO COACH SHEEHAN! SPIML MELISSA THANKS, MOM, DAD, JOHN, 
WAYNE I LOVE YOU 



LAND HALLOWEEN PARTY CANCUN91 SKITRIP ABC V. P. HOCKEY BUDMEf 
89'90'91' WONT FORGET'CAB* A FRIEND, TEACHER AND VERY SPECIA1 
ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE WHEN YOU WORK TOGETHER — THANKS MON" 
AND DAD 

KtM e. m~>' 

DREAMING ISN'T SUCH A BAD THING DISTANCE CANT SEPARATE US! GL 
XWMSSSTBKRMLCMTSBDGCMCMD&PHI SIG 112 CEDAR THE BARS | 
GANG SPBK LATENITES HGAMES TH102BLDG7 RDTRIPS STARBLE &STEPI 
MISSU! JUL&DAD SLATS? SRBALLSUDBURYGGMLSNJC + CF SBFRIEND 
4EVALOVEYAMOMDADJULDAN 

PSI CHI MAGNA CUM LAUDI THX MOM + DAD! I DID IT BE MYSELF, BUT 
COULDN'T HAVE WITHOUT YOUR PRIDE + HUGS FOR ME WHEN I CAM 
HOME . . . THANK YOU DR. BERNSTEIN — FOR TELLING ME YOU WER! ; 
PROUD OF ME AT A TIME WHEN I NEEDED IT MOST. 

i>W/ /). Hcvf I 

THE BEST TRACKS TO FOLLOW ARE THE ONES YOU MAKE YOURSELI 
THANKS FOR THE ETERNAL SUPPORT AND PATIENCE THRU IT ALL J.W: 



GOOD LUCK TO ALL MY FRIENDS — 165 NORTH FUNDRAISERS - 1 75 UK 



:-: 



AN EXTREMELY EXPENSIVE CERTIFICATE TO ME IN MANY WAYS. IT IS DEDI- 
CATED TO MY MOM AND FAMILY, EXPECIALLY MY LATE BROTHER WHO 
WOULD HAVE BEEN VERY PROUD OF ME. MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE. BYE 
CLASS OF 1992 — WE MADE IT THANKS TO FSC. 

BEST 4 YEARS OF MY LIVE! 3 FLOOR, NEILS, THANKS CHRISTINE, BIG BRO 
KEN, SLAT'S ADELPHIANS, THANKS MOM AND DAD, SUMMER 91, ALL THE 
GOOD TIMES, I LOVE YOU GUYS! KM, LA, ES! THANKS! FROSH YEAR! KM, 
LA, ES! THANKS! FROSH YEAR! "TODAY'S IS ONLY YESTERDAY'S TOMOR- 
ROW", DREAM ON! 

GRADUATION, FINALLY. TO ALL MY FRIENDS, GOOD LUCK. IT'S BEEN 
GREAT. HEY MARIA, "BERNUP BEH BEH BEH UM BERMPH BERMPH" TGIS 
(SLATTERYS) SILVIA MARRIED? WALSHIE IS NEXT. MANY THANKS TO MY 
FAMILY. I LOVE YOU MOM & DAD. GOODBYE FSC 

A VERY BIG THANKS TO MY FAMILY FOR ALL OF THEIR LOVE AND SUPPORT! 
AND A VERY SPECIAL THANKS TO MY MON AND DAD — I LOVE YOU. 

1 14 MYRTLE AVE, GREAT TIMES W/ALL MY ROOMMATES CA, KF, AF, LB, AK, 
DN CANCUN "J"LO% ESS THE LOG CHARL, YOU MADE IT GRT FOR ME ALL 4 
YEARS. ALL MY LOVE TO DEREK. THANKS DAD AND MOM I LOVE YOU, ERIN 
TOO! 

THE MANY TIMES WE'VE SPENT TOGETHER, IT'S SO HARD WHEN WE'RE 
APART, FOR YOU, MY FRIENDS AND SCHOOL THERE WILL ALWAYS BE, A 
SPECIAL PLACE IN MY HEART. AND REMEMBER A SMILE TAKES BUT A MO- 
MENT, THE THE MEMORY OF IT, LASTS FOREVER. PEACE 

Netwf Jtncft. OUvc* 

TO TRY IS TO RISK FAILURE. ONLY A PERSON WHO RISKS IS FREE, I AM FREE. 
THANK YOU MOM, YOU BELIEVED IN ME. HEATHER, YOU KEPT ME LAUGH- 
ING. RICK YOU KEPT ME ALIVE. MANY SPECIAL THANKS TO BOB McC. 
"THAT'LL COST YOU." 

(6urfif H. 0'$4+*^t**i4y 

I WANT TO THANK SO MANY PEOPLE FOR HELPING ME THROUGH MY COL- 
LEGE CAREER: C.L AND DB FOR ALL THE SUPPORT AND SMILES. MOM AND 
DAD, THANKS FOR BELIEVING IN ME. EENIE, ANNA AND HERB, I LOVE YOU 
ALL THANKS FOR STANDING BY ME! 

THANKS TO MY FAMILY FOR ALL THE LOVE + SUPPORT. YOU MEAN THE 
WORLD TO ME! KB, MS, MB, AC — OH WHAT A NIGHT! RANDOM VISITORS. 
AUB 9THFLOOR, "INTHECARDS" NOPARKING MISSION. IP EARL. 165 NOR 
THSNOW. SPREEDAYS. YOUGUYSARE THEBEST! "NOTHING GOLD CAN 
STAY!" 

AND THE WALRUS SPOKE OR MANY THINGS, OR CABBAGES AND KINGS, 
OR WHOLE LANGUAGE AND CREATIVITY, OF SCHOOLS AND RULES, OR 
OO'S AND DON'TS AND MANY OTHER THINGS. ALL I REALLY NEEDED TO 

<NOW 1 LEARNED IN KINDERGARTEN. THANKS TO MY FAMILY AND 
IFRIENDS. 

$cett f. PUv>L 

•AV MEM: F-BALL 1-4 CAPT4, BAA, SMU WIN, WESTFLD DAYTONA 90, 162 
MADHOUSE, PANAMA91, K! MEETINGS? DAV-JONES? CAPE COD MITCH04, 
:AMJM + LV — IMPROPER MOLSEN? GOODLUCKEM, RON A YOUR THE BEST! 
*10M + DAD THANKS FOR EVERYTHING I LOVE YOU BOTH! 

HulutPdi^ 

OR THE LESSONS OF LIFE THERE IS NO BETTER TEACHER THEN TO LOOK IN 
THE EYES OF A CHILD 

"HE RAGE OF GAGE, RIP 40, GOLF PARTIES, NORCROSS BOYS&BU + CH, 
.OVE DOGS — SAY NO TO SAYING NO, SUMMERS IN THE BURG. FOR GINA 
- ONLY GOOD MEMORIES, FOR MAD BRAD — I WILL LOVE YOU FOREVER! 



THANKS MOM &DAD CALIFORNIA HERE I COME! 



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THANK YOU MOM AND DAD FOR MAKING EVERYTHING POSSIBLE AND FOR 
BEING WHO YOU ARE. I LOVE YOU. TRACE ANDSTEPH, HERE'ST08 YRS 143, 
GOOD LUCK TO ALL MY FRIENDS YOU'VE MADE MY TIME AT FSC THE BEST 
IT COULD BE. CM AND EUROPE. BE LIKE ME JACKIE AND MEF. AIM HIGH PHI 
SIG! 

lUu PU+b. 

TO BRENDA, KEVIN, KEN MARIA, CATHY, JANIS, TOWNHOUSE 303 — 
THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES I'LL MISS YOU GUYS! LOG CABIN, SLATS, 
PIZZA HUT AT NOON, DEAD CARNATIONS, THURS NIGHTS, ELM ST 
SHOOTOUTS, MAKIN COPIES, TO MY FAMILY — THANK YOU I LOVE YOU 
ALL! 

LvU fit*. PU^fr 

THANKS TO MY FAMILY! A SPECIAL THANKS TO MOM — I COULDN'T HAVE 
DONE IT WITHOUT YOU — LUV YA LOTS! THANKS TO MY FRIENDS FOR ALL 
THE GREAT MEMORIES. YOU GUYS ARE THE BEST! I'LL MISS YOU!! BYE 

1 THANK MY FAMILY FOR THE LOVE AND SUPPORT THEY'VE ALWAYS 
GIVEN. I CAME HERE AND FOUND WONDERFUL FRIENDS AND MYSELF. I 
THANK THE PEOPLE WHO SHOWED ME HOW TO HAVE FUN. THEY'RE ALL 
CRAZY. TO EACH I SAY "I LOVE YOU — YOU JACKASS!" 



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THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO HAS SUPPORTED ME THESE PAST FOUR 
YEARS — ESPECIALLY MOM & DAD, FAMILY, CRAIG & FAMILY, FRIENDS. 
GOOD LUCK TO ALL MY FRIENDS — I'LL MISS YOU GUYS! 

CL^t L. P<»*» 

PEPERE, I DID IT MOM + DAD, THANKS! I LOVE YOU! 71 MYRTLE AVE. NICE 
HUH JESS! GOING TO THE MALL DAVE, K, ANTS, GRIMACE, DEFLEP NIGI 1 1 S 
MOLSON, NEED ATARONMAN, SKI, MARYLYLNN, THANKS FOR BEING 
THERE AND SUPPORTING ME WHEN I NEEDED IT! I LOVE YOU! 

[WU P-uJi 

THANKS MOM 4 PUTTING UP WITH WHAT 1 CALL EACH SEMESTER, 
CANADA, "HATS OFF," FRESHMAN YEAR, RIGHT CREE! FENWICKS — THE 
TWINS, 1-2-3, GO! SPRING FEVER89, "DIE HARDS", MOSES. SLAT'S TH204, 
STEAKMAN, ROOMMATES: LB LG GC JR, BYE FSC! 

I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S FINALLY HERE! MOM, I LOVE YOU. THANKs R )R ,\LL 
YOUR SUPPORT, AND FOR BEING THE PERSON YOU ARE. TO ALL MY 
FRIENDS AT FSC — THIS ISN'T GOODBYE FOREVER, BUT I'LL MISS YOU 
GUYS! SCOTT. THE WORST IS OVER! WE MADE IT! 

Nicclt K\*.lH+. KJl+*w+> 

THANK YOU MOM FOR EVERYTHING. I COULD NTO HAD MDI- 11 WlTHOl I 
YOU. I LOVE YOU. THANK YOU ALSO BILL SCOTT SEAN GREG STEVE I I W 
BRUCE SPIKE. YOU GUYS ARE THE BES I I LOV1 YOU JENNIFER ANN & 
THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING. STOP HANGING BY A THREAD LEW AND 
STEVE. 

IF YOU CAN DREAM YOU CAN IMA< iIN( i IF YOU CAN BELIEVE IT 1 
BECOME IT. 

<av/*- A++u Kt->*~e 

WHAT EVER YOUR DREAM MAY BE IT Will I OM1 ITU I N< I MATTER HOW 
EASY OR HOW HARM II IS ["O ACCOMPLISH 

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TO THE GREAT TIMES. OL89. NEW HALLS, 90-9 1 I ' 

FAR, CAGNEY&LACEY, ["H203, FOB PHI SPECIAl IIMl 
BUCK, NURSING 8* '».' IIIAI Willi HDIDNTKI1 I Ml M M'l MESTl 
THANK YOU — MOM. DAD. MEMERE. PEPERE, LISA, |OHN I LO\ 

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.THE MOST IMPORTANT THING I LEARNED IN COLLEGE IS, YOU GET OUT 
WHAT YOU PUT IN. DAD, I WISH YOU WERE HERE. THANK YOU MOM, 
FAMILY. AND CINDY. I LOVE YOU ALL. I COULDN'T HAVE DONE IT 
WITHOUT YOU. LORD BE WITH US ALWAYS. 

I WISH TO THANK MY PARENTS FOR THEIR SUPPORT OVER THE YEARS AND 
ENCOURAGING ME TO GO TO COLLEGE. I WILL NEVER FORGET THE 
FRIENDS I GAINED OR THE FUN AN IVCF. 

Qv<fo ft- Rokit* 

"WE ARE EACH OF US ANGELS WITH ONLY 1 WING, &. WE CAN ONLY FLY 

EMBRACING EACH OTHER." THANKS MOM & DAD FOR THE LOVE & SUP- 

PORT. AUB6&.7, HERLLIHY, 82 MYRTLE (FETTA), WINTER CARNIVAL '90, 

3, KB&GC OUR FRIENDSHIP WILL LAST A LIFETIME — LOVE YA! 

QL^a^t. H. (?«-* 

THANKS: MOM, DAD SCOTT&BRIANOL'S SUMMER 90&91 MEATCAKES — 
MEATLOAF! SPRINGBREAK91' WPHIL&BETTYLAVUR&ME = TROUBLE 
CAAPECOD "JOKE" MELSAMP AM "BUCKYBALLS" ATENTONLONSLAWN- 
PEARLHARBOR? B'SRULE&HOC KEY TOO! DON'T FO ANYTHING I 
WOULDNT DO! GOODLUCKWINDBAG 



To my family + friends, these were the best years of my life. The memories made wil 
always be remembered. Thanks for everything Mom + Luis. I love you. Kate + Steph — 
143 — may we never break the chain. Daryl, your love + friendship mean the world to me 
I love you. XOXO GL H + 3J's. 

NSE group MR CR GD NH2208 CMS CUMBIES 19HARVARD WC91 SURRENDEF 
PHEONIX WDC MONTREAL HARD ROCK MOM + DAD THANKS CMS MEM 
ORIES, JSUR SPECIAL 

&*K>f* Lou^l S*t*ti** 

"HOLDFAST YOUR DREAMS" BETSY, LIZ, MARY, ANGEL, CHRIS3, V1G, AC2 
JAMIE, WAYNE, COLLEEN, TM, I'LL MISS YA! GARDNER, SPREE DAY, FAN 
IEUL HALL, J-BOARD, YEARBOOK, FLEXMEN, TAKEOUT? CAPE, PSYCHMAN 
THANKS TO MY FAMILY! CORNELL, 5/24/92 

EtU* HmU. W 

MOM, DAD + TOM — I LOVE U! C — YOUR THE BEST — GIVEN! ONCE WI 
BEIN 2 REASON ALL IS LOST. LA, BG + FJ — GOODTIMES @FSC THANX 
THERE IS NO GREATER LOVE THAN THE TENDER ENDURING LOVE OF 
DRUNKEN FRIEND FOR ANOTHER. NL-1 1/2. M + M — SLATS BOUND! 



THANKS TO THE BASKETBALL TEAM FOR MAKING ME FEEL WELCOME! 
THANKS TO MY ACCOUNTING FRIENDS FOR HELPING ME THROUGH MY 
COLLEGE YEARS — LORI, BRENDA, CATHY, JEN, SANDRA, BRENDA — KEEP 
IN TOUCH! GOOD LUCK SENIORS IN WHATEVER YOU DO. 

"WITH GOD NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE" . . . THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO 
HELPED ME SURVIVE FSC. GO FSC ANIMAL SOFTBALL!! 

THANX MOM + DAD I CLDNT HV DN IT W/O U! ILLY LORI — 21 YRS LATR + 
STK BFS ALL 4 YRS W/ CHERYL FRSHMN YR W. KARIE MOSES + JM FEN WICKS 
— THE TWINS SPRING FEVER 89 TH204 SLATS + JRS KC + CS BDAY BASHES 
CANADA — THE DELINGS MY MEMS WL LST 4EVA! 

I WOULD LIKE TO THANK MY PARENTS, WITHOUT WHOM, I WOULD NOT 
BE POSSIBLE. ALSO, THANX TO JOANN F. FOR HER LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP, 
YOU HAVE BEEN A DAILY BLESSING ON MY LIFE. AND, TO J.C. , THANX FOR 
THE GREAT LESSONS. C-YA IN HEAVEN 

Mldtd UJXe*. 

THE PAST FOUR YEARS HAVE BEEN AN EXPERIENCE TO LAST A LIFETIME! 
ANITA, YOU'LL BE HAPPY TO KNOW I'VE STOPPED CRYING. TH401, THE 
FUN, THE FOOD, THE FRIENDSHIPS, I CHERISH THEM ALL. MY FAMILY IS MY 
GREATEST SOURCE OF SUPPORT AND LOVE! 

"A WORD IS DEAD/ WHEN IT IS SAID,/ SOME SAY./ 1 SAY IT JUST/ BEGINS TO 
LIVE/ THAT DAY." E. DICKINSON. 8 MARK! THANKS TO MY PARENTS, BUD, 
AND MY FAMILY — I MADE IT. XPL — JAZZ ETC. ONWARD AND UPWARD! 



THERE WAS ONE? 



Ka^A PiLutA+J** &j«~l£M 



MOM & DAD, THANKS FOR YOUR LOVE AND ENCOURAGEMENT— I NEVER 
WOULD HAVE MADE IT WITHOUT YOU! DAVID, YOUR PATIENCE & SUP- 
PORT HAS MEANT THE WORLD TO ME, THANK YOU. I'LL LOVE YOU AL- 
WAYS! SPECIAL MEMORIES OF KS, CD, MK, CS, MF, WK — WE DID IT!! 

J)u***. Lp++. 'iuuy 

3COD TIMES W/ MM, KM, AH, AD, SB, KS, MS, CM, "VOGUE" "THE BARS," 
BOSTON W/ DEWEY + SAM, MUDSLIDES W/AUDRA, DANCIN' W/MELISSA + 
\DRIANA, PHI SIG FOR LIFE! ILY! PLANKTON WE MAKE IT! MY SIDEKICK 
vlORGAN! OH WHAT A YEAR! THANKS MOM! UR THE BEST! ILY 

H/^BIL*. Sudti 

THANKS MOM & DAD. I LOVE YOU BOTH. IF YOU CAN IMAGINE, YOU CAN 
\CHIEVE. IF YOU CAN DREAM YOU CAN BECOME IT. BEST OF LUCK EM, JT, 
BH, SM, PD, KD, BL. BOSTON I'M COMING HOME. "I WILL SURVIVE" YOU 
VANNA GO DRINKING? SLATTS & JR'S TH202. BYE 

"O FINISH IN 8 IS GREAT THANKS MOM & DAD FOR SUPPORT BONNIE YOU 
\KE THE BEST & THE GREATEST LUV STURGEO ITK FUBARS KEG RACE 85 & 
■6 ITHACA 82-0 15IMYRTLE THE WHITE HOUSE HD, BARON, JONYBRAUO, 
:OOKO, CHIEF, DUGIE, STAIN, SCOTTIE 

i'HANKSTOMYMOM, DAD + FAMILY ' THANKS CS, MS, DR, CP, TC + ALL 
i4Y FRIENDS - BB, RM, KR, TD, DS, MN — WHAT WOULD I HAVE DONE 
C/OUT YOU? ' C5 BIMBOS ' 6 + 7 ' TH 208 + 204 * 603 ' SLATS + JR'S " SL + 
)BP • RUN AND JUMP! " THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES — I'LL MISS YOU ALL! 

DON'T KNOW HOW BUT I MADE IT! QBP I COULDN'T HVE DONE IT 
WITHOUT U! 21 PACIFIC: I'LL MISS U ALL. DR — BE HAPPY, IT'S EASIER! # 1 2 

M2BIWB — WHATEVER HAPPENED TO JUST US BEST OF LUCK, PLYMOUTH 
EOPLE! IT WILL ALL BE BETTER IN THE MORNING! 

' /HEN STARTING OUT, DON'T WORRY ABOUT NOT HAVING ENOUGH 



MONEY. LIMITED FUNDS ARE A BLESSING, NOT A CURSE. NOTHING EN- 
COURAGES CREATIVE THINKING IN QUITE THE SAME WAY. 

YOU ARE THE WIND BENEATH MY WINGS. LOVE YOU, MOM, MARSHALL 
AND DEREK. ANN — IF YOU HAVE ONE TRUE FRIEND YOU HAVE MORE 
THAN YOUR SHARE. 

KdL-A~ T/^»^«. 

AND IT'S HARD LIVING LIFE ON THIS MEMORY-GO-ROUND, ALWAYS 
DOWN, SPINNING ROUND AND ROUND AND ROUND . . . AND ALL THIS 
COULD BE SUCH A DREAM SO IT SEEMS, I WAS NEVER MUCH GOOD AT 
GOODBYE . . . NIGHT RANGER 

JUST REMEMBER IN THE WINTER FAR BENEATH THE WINTER SNOWS. LIVES 
THE SEED THAT WITH THE SUN'S LOVE IN THE SPRING BECOMES THE ROSE. 
THANK YOU MOM AND DAD, I LOVE YOU! GOOD LUCK TO ALL MY FRIENDS. 
I'LL NEVER FORGET YOU! 

TRUE FRIENDS ARE THE ONES WHO ARE MEMORIES FOREVER! THANKS 
MOM AND DAD. 

C708 TED — FRED — GIL + LAURA, JC — TOM — CHHOQ + SPARK — I 
COULDN'T ASK FOR ANY BETTER! PARTYING WITH THE CORNHOLES - 
LACONIA SHILALE — A GREAT PARTNER/FRIEND, THANKS KIM, WED. 
NIGHTS AT T'S, CLAIRE — THE BEST OF FRIENDS — MOM AND DAD YOU'RE 
THE BEST. 

Ur^rXl.,, f\+>Jju#, \c*»*ty 

I WOULD LIKE TO THANK MY MOM AND DAD FOR ALL THEIR LOVE AND 
SUPPORT. THANKS TO RICKY AND THE REST OF MY FAMILY, I LOVE YOU! 
TIMOTHY, YOU ARE MY PRIDE AND JOY. I LOVE YOU MORE THAN YOU Will 
EVER KNOW. 

FINALLY!!! JEN, I LOVE YOU! THANKS 2 MOM + DAD + MY FAMILY + 
FRIENDS: PEAV, TOM, MIKE, JIM, JOHN + CINDY, JENN, MARCY, CAR-OLYN. 
FRIENDS ARE VALUABLE TO HAVE AND VITAL TO KEEP. GOOD LUCK TO 
EVERY-ONE IN THE 90'S WE NEED IT. VINCITOMNIA! 

THANKS MOM, FOR ALL YOUR LOVE, SUPPORT AND ENCOURAGEMENT. I 
COULDN'T HAVE DONE IT WITHOUT YOU. I LOVE YOU! 153 SNOW STREET 
GIRLS. THANKS FOR ALL THE GOOD TIMES AT JR'S. 

Du»m A Tv«.»4 



MARY, TIM. SHERON, KERRY, LESLIE, KATHY, DIANE — THANKs FOR ALL 
THE GOODTIMES I'LL MISS YOU TIM— THANKS FOR BEINC MY HI iS 1 FRIEND 
SLATT RATS JR's ONE WAY SIGNS SISTER MARY PICKON IIMI- MANE 
TRMEBLAY — THANKS FOR ALWAYS BEING THERE FOR ME. 

FOOTBALL GOOD TIMES W/ THE M.H. MONDAY NIOl II DRINKING CLUB. 
SLATTS WITH GATOR 162 MYRTLE FUBARS KEGRACES DAYTON A 1 1 IANKS 
FOR EVERYTHING MOM DAD AND SYL 

!/•.-■ '.'-(•• 

THANKS MOM AND DAD— I DID IT! MEMORIES: Till BASEMEN! *PAR1 
MENT — DAVE GOING TO THE MALL — SATURDAYS AND II IE 1 >RA< K IN 
LADY (THANKS SHARO — RON MAN NERFBALL — AT + T — ( (AINU TINl i 
— SHAG RUG — GETTING ATTITUDE — JS MALE— AMY NOW< OMES I HI 
HARD PART . . . 

Jc**t H \li+ulU 

AUBUCHON HALL S608, CLUB CHEWYS, 94 MYRTLE, 1 1 
JRS, CLUB BOSTON, SR YEAR — 153 SNOW, Bl I IR< » H #3, BIG Bll I 
ROOMMATES, MOHAWKS — BOYS NEXT DOOR. THANK YOI MOM AND 
DAD. I COULDNT HAVE DONE IT WITHOUT YOI I LOVI YOI 







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Industrial Technol \gy 



Kimberly Maloney 



Business Administratii 



Nursing 



iiirsing 



Daniel Sean Manseau 

Communications/Media 



Kristy Leigh Manty 

Elementary Education 



Communications/Media 




Jane Alissa Marcus 

English 



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Patricia E. Marion 

Earls Childhood Education 



Janet Lee Marshall 

Early Childhood Education 



Micheal Nicholas Martone 

Business Administration 



Juanita Jean Mayer 

Human Services 



Daniel Robert McAnespie 

HisUrry 



Micheal Mcaveeney 

Business Administration 



Terence Alan McCabe 

Industrial Technology 



Steven C. McCarty 

Business Administration 






Loriann McCormick 

Psychology 



Micheal McElhinney 

Industrial Technology 



Kimberly Ann McCoy 

Communications/Media 



Cynthia McDonald 

Biology 



Edward D. McGill 

English 



Dawn Marie Mclnnis 

English 



Stacy McDonough 
Business Administration 




Maura A. McKenna 
Communications/Media 




Derrick J. McKercher Kimberly Jeanne McLain Brian Everett Meaney 

Biology Early Childhood Education Communications/Media 



Brenda Ann Medeiros 
Elementary liducaium 




Kristin Anne Melancon 

Chemistry 



David Andrew Mellon Michelle Judith Melville Claudia Kan Micelotti 

Industrial Technology Elementary Education y< hildhood Education 






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THANKS MOM FOR ALL THE SUPPORT AND ENCOURAGEMENT. WENDY, 
THANKS FOR ALWAYS BEING THERE. STEVE-O, DON'T WORRY PAL! S327, 
TH301, HATE ALL THIS SNOW! 

THANKS MOM AND DAD FOR EVERYTHING YOU HAVE GIVEN ME. ORIEN- 
TATION 90-91, 91-92, DANCING CLUB. TO DEB MARION GIDGE AND KERRY 
GOOD LUCK IN THE COMING YEARS. LOVE SHANNON TO MY PARTNER 
TIM, ALL MY LOVE. SHANNON. 

LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL. FUN TIMES WITH MT, SM, AI. 175, 94. WU-WU! 
LOG CABIN, MB? STEAK MAN. MONTREAL 89 APOLLON WINTER CAR- 
NAL 90. MONTREAL 90 NO SLEEP BUS 7! MARDIGRAS! FLOORS3KF, NAP? 
.. IF WISHES WERE HORSES, DREAMERS WOULD RIDE. 

ICiUX^L \U*JU 

■:V ROAD I MUST TRAVEL, MEANS I'M GONNA TAKE SOME ALLS BUT I F I 
THINK BACK TO YESTERDAY, I KNOW I'LL MAKE IT THROUGH THEM ALL 
THANKS EVERYONE I'LL MISS YOU 

SU^K. \Htt4 



LORI, JANIS, CATH, CHERYL, KEVIN/ 43 KEN/ CAPE COD 89 & 91 PIZZA HUT 
LOG CABIN WHERE'S THE FAN? MONTREAL — DO YOU FOLLOW ME? AUDI 
CURSE/ GLASS OF WATER/ THURS. N IGHTS — TEQUILLA HOOVER ROSE IT'S 
FINALLY OVER! GOODBYE FSC/ THE BUS THANX FOR THE MEMORIES! 



NURSING STUDENT ASSOCIATION SIGNA THETA TAU 



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MOM, DAD, & NANA: HOW CAN I EVER THANK YOU? 143! MATT: JYAI/ U.R 
MY BEST FRIEND! SBD & M: FOLLOW YOUR DREAMS AND ALWAYS DO YOUF 
BEST! THANK YOU BETH & DR. BILL ' "THE CHILDREN ARE OUR FUTURE 
TEACH THEM WELL AND LET THEM LEAD THE WAY" * 

IT'S BEEN REAL, AND IT'S BEEN FUN BUT IT'S NOT BEEN REAL FUN. 



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'./O PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR/ BUSINESS MINOR, PSI CHI, 91-92, PSYCHOLOGY 
CLUB TREASURER 91-92, FSC CONCERT BAND 88-92, TUTOR 91-92, OUT- 
DOOR TRACK 89, I LOVE YOU MICHAEL, MOM, DAD & BARBARA! YOUR 
TURN MICHELE 

U«i* A*-** 2*ulL 

That's all folks! If you have a triangle & it starts here &. goes to there & ends here, whose 
triangle is it? Acada was great! Miss bldg. #6, & all my friends! These were the best of 
i-imes! Miss programs & FinCom! Thanks Mom & Dad + Family. 

HiOdic Jc? CU^i 

<\FTER FIVE YEARS OF HELL ALL I CAN SAY IS WHAT A LONG STRANGE TRIP 
T'S BEEN. 



Thanks Mom and Jen. 

Michael, my best friend, Amen for our wonderful tune in the past present I future: I nine, 
see you in 50 years. Praise God 4 my Friends In Christ, IVCF, D + E + Highland Baptist 
Mom + Bridge Thanks 4 all your love + support!! The Lord Is Near! 



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Industrial Technology 



Michelle Morgan 

Industrial Technology 



Joseph A. Morin 

Business Administration 



Wendy Ann Morrison 

Elementary Education 



Donna Jeanne Morrissette 

Early Childhood Education 



Bradd Alan Morse 

Economics 



Laurie Anne Morris 

Psychology 




Mark F. Moynihan 

Communications/Media 




Andrea Gaye Mulligan 

Industrial Technology 



Kevin J. Murphy 

Industrial Technology 



Mary Elizabeth Murphy 

Early Childhood Education 



Augustine F. Mutagha 

Business Administration 




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Senior Class roster of .ill the 

Undergraduate/Day Seniors ot 
Fitchburg State College thai re- 
ceived a degree in Mav L992. 
We, the Saxifrage Statt, have 
tried to complete this list as ac- 
curately a> possible. Apologies 
to anyone whom we mav have 
missed. Special thanks to the 
Computer Center and John 
Neister tor their help. 

Good luck to the Class of 
1 992 ! May you meet again some- 
day and enjoy happy memories 
of Fitehhurii State College. 




Abbott, Leah Catherine 

63 [Undone St. Holbrook, MA 02343 

Abbott, Mark Lawrence 

: irion Rd. Saugus, MA 01906 

Agnew , V icki Ann 

est St. Leominster, MA 1 453 

Agonis, Michael Anthony 

rge Village Rd. Grown. MA 01450 

Akins, Kristina Karen 
PO Box 1 1 59 Pepperell, MA 01463 

Albino, Tracy Lynn 

37 Frank St. Acushnet, MA 02743 

Alger, Marjorie June 

1 175 Conant Rd. Athol, MA 01 33 1 
Allen, Michael John 

41 Rose St. Somervillc, MA 02143 

Allgrove, \'alerie E 

tchburg, MA 01420 

Aharado, Lur I 

hua St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 



Amaral, Leslie Susan 

13 Emerson Vve S Swansea, MA 02777 

Anderson, Jennifer Ann 

56 Green St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Anshus, David Smith 

4M Townsend H.irk-r Rd. Lunenburg, MA 01462 

Antonio, Dorothy L 

85 HobbsRd. Princeton, MA 01541 

Asel, Suzanne Marie Rose 

338 Frost Park Rt M Greenville, NH 03048 

Ashford, Paula Jean 

47 Holman St. Attleboro, MA 02703 

Auger, Crystal A 

60 Putnam Park Fitchburg, MA 01420 




Bacon, Lisa Christine 

104 Glen St. S Natick, MA 01760 

Baeta, Joseph Felesberto 

79 Greg Rd. Stoughton, MA 02072 

Bamford, Timothy Dean 

18 Beaver Brook Rd. Burlington, MA 01803 

Banks, Julie Ellen 

298 Dewey St. W Springfield, MA 01089 

Barboza, Lori-Ann 

190 Hathaway Rd. Acushnet, MA 02743 

Baron, Kevin Joseph 

82 Phelps St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Baron, Scott James 

8 Maple St. Stoneham, MA 02180 

Barrows, Jennifer Lynn 

5 Westcott Rd. Hopedale, MA 01747 

Barry, Keri-Anne 

87 Indian Trail Whitman, MA 02382 

Bartkus, Elizabeth Anne 

1731 Lowell Rd. Concord, MA 01742 

Basler, Julie Sullivan 
539 Elm St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Bastarache, Ricky N 

263 St Joseph Ave. Fitchburg, MA 01420 



Bates, Kristin Anne 

7Westgate Ln. Scituate, MA 02066 
Beals, Susan Margaret 
i Wicks Cir. Wilmington, MA 01887 
Bechard, Lisa Margaret 
111 Overlook Dr. Palmer, MA 01069 
Beckman, Julie Ann 

50 Wilkinson St. Worcester, MA 01606 

Bellabarba, Paula Margueri 

285 Canton St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Benincasa, Vincent M 

9 Holton St. Winchester, MA 01890 

Benson, Janet Dawn 

3 Wildlife Dr. Hopkinton, MA 01748 

Berkov, Cheryl Adena 

PO Box 3 Chelmsford, MA 01824 

Bermudez, Liza Yadira 

24 Chapel St. Norwalk, CT 06850 

Biliouris, Marlene A 

156 Ashburnham HI Rd. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Bixby, Marcelle C 

155 Highland Ave. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Bobola, Lisa Marie 

266 Tremont St. Rehoboth, MA 02769 

Bolick, Matthew C 

185 South St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Bonina, William Anthony 

47 Warren St. Upton, MA 01568 

Bonis, Katherine Paige 

Dodds Ln. Rockport, MA 01966 

Book, Tina Marie 

85 Sylvan Ln. Feeding Hills, MA 01030 

Borin, Stacy Lee 

6 Mansfield St. Peabody, MA 01960 

Boulay, Robert Glenn 

22 Wentworth St. Worcester, MA 01603 

Bourgeois, Jodie Lynne 

147 Pleasant Terr. Leominster, MA 01453 

Bourget, Jennifer Louise 

106 Kenwood Rd. Dracut, MA 01826 

Bourque, Martha Jane 

3444 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford, MA 02745 

Boutotte, Karen Janice 

290 High Rock Rd. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Boyajian, Richard N 
J Bates Ct. Dedham, MA 02026 



Braga, Ann Marie 

1 Takoma Cir. N Reading, MA 01864 
Bremberg, Eric Jon 
24 Beverly St. Melrose, MA 02176 
Brenneke, Susan Marie 

363 Whitlow St. New Bedford, MA 02746 

Brown, Christopher Lavern 

23 Goodale Rd. Mattapan, MA 02126 

Brown, Christopher Robert 

59 Old Manchester Rd. Amherst, NH 03031 

Brown, Steven Robert 

468 Flat Hill Rd. Lunenburg, MA 01462 

Buckowski, Kelly Anne 

15 Eastview Dr. Westfield, MA 01085 

Bujnowski, Amy Frances 

26 Goulding Dt . Auburn, MA 1 50 1 

Bunnell, Kelly Ann Iona 

519 Merriam Ave. Leominster, MA 01453 

Butler, Lee Ann 

35 Oakwood Terr. E Bridgewater, MA 02333 




Cabana, Jane Mary 

100 Line St. Easthampton, MA 01027 

Camara, Kimberly Ann 

1 1 1 Sharps Lot Rd. Swansea, MA 02777 

Campbell, Cleophus 

73 Ardsley Cir. Brockton, MA 02402 

Campbell, Jeffrey Doyle 

72 Priscilla Rd. Whitman, MA 02382 

Campbell, Robert John 

64 Chisholm Rd. Stoughton, MA 02072 

Cappabianca, Kimberly Ann 

27 Helen Or. W Boylston, MA 01583 

Caprioli, John Angelo 

81 Heywood St. Worcester, MA 01604 

Carabba, Richard D 

PO Box 7109 Fitchbutg, MA 01420 

Carbonneau, William Raymo 

58 Bouchard Ave. Dracut, MA 01826 



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arr, Charlene Patricia 

Emery Rd. Townsend, MA 01469 

arrabba, Melissa Kay 

) State Rd E A3 Westminster, MA 01473 

arter, Daniel Robert 

Tallpines Rd. Plymouth, MA 02360 

asey, Patricia Ann 

ocke PI. S Boston, MA 02127 

isson, Margaret A 

/ater St. Townsend, MA 01469 

ivanaugh, Tracy Ann 

Jvoli Ave. Braintree, MA 02184 

;fole, Tracy Ann 

vleadowbrook Ln. Gardner, MA 01440 

:ryanek, Madeline E 

Princeton St Bldg 2 A-308 Leominster, MA 01453 

lamberland, Lori A 

Highland Ave 1st Fl. Fitchhurg, MA 01420 

larland, Ann Marie 

"opping Rd. Andover, MA 01810 

larland, Patricia Anne 

./letcalf St 2nd Fir. Gardner, MA 01440 

ievalier, Amy Louise 

lylvan Ave. Chelmsford, MA 01824 

vilinski, Marion 

I Washington St. S Walpole, MA 02071 

irk, Elise Ann 

Box 188 453 Main St. Clinton, MA 01510 

irk, Michelle Joy 

Cestfield Dr. N Attleboro, MA 02760 

irk, Michelle Lynn 

lewbury Si. Wobum, MA 01801 

irke, Thomas Edward 

Presidential Cir Marshfieid, MA 02050 
ixton, Myrna Campbell 
Marshall St. Paxton, MA 01612 
>ud, Sarah Ann 

■•x 109 Pembroke St. Kingston, MA 02364 

eman, David Michael 

["remoni Si. Springfield, MA 01 104 
Her. Jennifer Evelyn 
I /emon Rd. Northfield, MA 01 360 

llier, Linda Fay 

' Box 14 Northfield, MA 01360 

ilins, Sean Patrick 

' iwr I ine Rd, Burlington, MA 01803 



Comeau, Cathleen Mary 

5 Wiseman Dr. Peabody, MA 01960 

Conant, Anne Frances 

37 Wright St. N Chelmsford, MA 01863 

Concaugh, Deborah Ann 

1 1 Spring St. Westborough, MA 01 581 

Conley, Christine Marie 

201 Florence St. Brockton, MA 02401 

Conlin, Kim Marie 

54 Lakeview Ave. Tyngsboro, MA 01879 

Connaughton, Jane Mary 

70 Stoney Pt Rd. Kingston, MA 02364 

Connell, Brian Joseph 

159 Highland Ave A P tl Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Considine, Gail Marie 

8 Pyramid Ln. Scituate, MA 02066 

Contilli, Traci Ann 

12 Cleveland Rd. Peabody, MA 01960 

Conway, Stephen James 

69 John Adams Dr. Norwell, MA 02061 

Cook, Gordon Makepeace 

1 E Hadley Rd. Hadley, MA 01035 

Cook, Laurie Carol 

99 Country Club Blvd Worcester, MA 01605 

Cook, Nancy Emma 

PO Box 191 W Falmouth, MA 02574 

Cormier, Belinda Lee 

68 Greenwood PI. Gardner, MA 01440 

Coulacos, Vanessa Jean 

96 Dearborn St. E Longmeadow, MA 01028 

Courtemanche, Tracey A 

19 Rangel Rd. Lunenburg, MA 01462 

Cox, Bridget Mary 

7 Bridge St. Chelmsford, MA 01824 

Coye, Daniel Francis 

22 Howland St. Marlboro, MA 01752 

Cremens, Bonnie Jean 
58 Wright Rd. Ayer, MA 01432 
Cuccovia, Gina Angela 
254 Island Pond Rd. Springfield, MA 01 1 is 
Culhane, Sandra Grace 

35 Nelson Si. Attleboro, MA 02703 

Cullivan, Lisa Marie 

73 Robinson St. Lynn, MA 01905 
Cunningham, Michael Rory 
91 Main Si. Lunenburg, MA 01462 



Curran, Donna Marie 

231 Shaw Ave. Abington, MA 02351 

Curran, Patrick Joseph 

PO Box 714 Pepperell, MA 01463 




D'Amico, Kerry Ann 

6 Harris Rd. Lynn, MA 01904 

Dahlstrom, Andrew W 

43 Russet Ln. Marlboro, MA 01752 

Daly, Elizabeth J 

87 Mooreland Ave Apt 12 Leominster, MA 01453 

Damon, Michael John 

44 Peter Rd. Plymouth, MA 02360 

Dancy, Lisa A 

60 West St. Westford, MA 01886 

Dassat, Brenda Jean 

46 Judith Dt. Dalton, MA 01226 

Davenport, Mary Elizabeth 

184 Packard St. Avon, MA 02332 

Davis, Kathleen Anne 

98 Valley Hill Dr. I [olden, MA 01520 

Davitt, Susan Mary 

210 Upper North Row Sterling, MA 01 564 

DeCastro, Elaine Carpio 

11 ReneRd. Brockton, MA 02401 

DeFusco, Deborah Ann 

207 Norfolk St. Worcester, MA 01604 

DePaola, Kelli Angela 

1897 Washington Si. 1 lolliston, MA 01746 

DeRosa, Darleen Dorothy 

Ri idingTerr. Reading, MA 01867 
DeYoung, Kristen Marie 
16 Miland Ave. Chelmsford, MA 

Del Puerto, Guillermo 

1 10 Briarwood Dr. Downingtown, PA l>>3»5 

Delaney, Anne Marie 

12 Rocky Hill Rd. Andover. MA 01810 

Delphonse, Frantzy 

J3TautonSr. Hyde Park, MA 02134 



Deminico, Debra Lynn 

8 Washington Terr Wobum, MA 1 SO 1 

Demos, James Anastos 

40 Hopkins St. Wilmington, MA 01887 

Depinto, Christina Elizabeth 

51 Treble Cove Rd. Billerica, MA 01862 

Deprisco, Paula Marie 

1 5 First Parish Rd. Canton, MA 0202 1 

Dery, Susan May 

164 Davis Rd-Dracut, MA 01826 

Descoteaux, Kim Michele 

170 Mill St. Haverhill, MA 01832 

Dexter, Christopher 

97 Blossom St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Dexter, Melissa Jan 

15 Sunset Dr. Orange, MA 01 564 

DiRusso, Anthony Scott 

34 Fourth Ave. Leominster, MA 0145 5 

DiRusso, Robert A 

42 Mt Pleasant Ave --> Leominster. MA 0145 ) 

Diegel, Gale Jacquelyn 

1 14 Arborwa\ Rd. Scituate, MA 02066 
Digrazia, Joseph Anthony 
14 Esquire Dr. Peabody, MA 01 ' 
Dobson, Sean Christopher 
S3 Davis St. N Andover, MA 01845 
Doersam, Keith Brian 
65 Buckboard Dr. Westford, MA ( 

Doherty, Philip John 

24WhittierRd. Billerica, MA 01821 
Dolan, Bryan Michael 
lOTobinAve. N Chelmsford, MA 01863 
Dolan, Kristine Rose 
lith Dr. N Attleboro, MA 

Domenichella, Beatrice 

25M Meadow Pond Dt. Leominster, MA 01453 

Donovan, Kerr\ Marie 

no ,1 -i N R( i In 
I )oriH\ , l\iinlnrk\ Amn 

Diuii ette, Andrea I ee 
2* PI. 

1 >ou< ette, Ke\ in W illiam 



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James Vincent Pagno 

Industrial Technology 



Carolyn Jane Palo 

English 



Psychology 




Jennifer Lynn Peaslee 

Elementary Education 



Scott F. Pedroli 

Elementary Education 



Michael Pellegri 

Industrial Technology 



Elizabeth Ann Pellegrinc 

Business Administration 




Kerry J. Petkewich Stephen Michael Petraske Courtney Elizabeth Phaneuf 



Special Education 



Economics 



Communications/M edia 



Colette Picard 

Sociology 




Catherine Plante 

Elementary Educatvm 



Lori Ann Plouffe 

Business Administration 



Denise Danielle Pollack 

.Special Education 



Debra Ann Polomarenk 

Gommunications/Media 




Ralph William Porcello Cheryl Lynne Powers 

Industrial Technology Business Administration 



David Alan Pratt 

Communications/Media 



Margaret Ann Preston 



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uman services 




Roy Arthur Provost 

Industrial Technology 



Krista Pude 

Economics 



Guillermo Eduar De Puert 

Business Administration 



Brenda Ellen Rago 

Early Childhood 




Karen Jean Rankin 

Sociology 



Nicole Kristen Ransom 

Early Childhood Education 



Darlene Marie Rask 

Early Childhood Education 



Douglas Joseph Reardon 

English 




Shannon Lee Rein 

Computer Science 



Karen Anne Reino 

Nursing 



Susan Marie Resendes 
Nursing 



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Nursing 



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Downing] Lisa Jeanne 

. ■:. MA 02739 

IV\ le, Mar\ Louise 

Doyle, Maureen Joan 
Rd Arlington, MA . 

Doyle, Timothy Joseph 
Drapeau, Lori Ann 

52 High Pmc Dr. Plymouth, MA 02 560 

Drew . Christina 

)2155 

DriscoU, Michelle 

27 Lufherv St. Milton. MA 

Drueke, Lisa Michelle 

mdallRd. Berlin, MA 015 

Dubeau'Levesque, Toni 

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Dunlea, Robin Leigh 

MAO: 176 

Duteau, Heidi Lvnn 

4 Reservoir St. Baldwinville, MA 01436 

Dver, Marvellen 

5 Scranon Rd. Worcester, MA 01606 

Dvke, Lori A 

91 Walnut St. Fitchburg, MA - 

Dziados:, Juliann Elizabeth 




Economou, Joanne Marie 

354 Park Sc GaroW 

Edwards, Christine Lynne 



Edwardsen, Barbara Mary 

S Arthur St. Maynard, MA 01754 

Eiben, Angela Jean 

29 Cobum Dr. Lowell. MA 01854 

Eisner, John G 

$41 Union St. Leominster. MA 01453 

Eisner, Richard Leonard 

11 Utah Ave. Somerset, M \ 02726 

Eklund, Ann Marie 

Baldwinville Rd. Phillipston, MA 01331 

Elliott, Denise Marie 

5 Dartmouth Dr. Billerica, MA 01821 

Ellison, Herbert J 

93DSt. Athol. MA 01331 

Engler, Eric Iver 

53 Maplewood Ave. Westerly, RI 02891 

Eskelinen, Ilkka Eric 

590 Ashby State Rd. Fitchburg, MA 01420 




Fahey Jr, John P 

164 Connors St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Fairman, Julie Ann 

765 Carpenter Rd. Athol, MA 01331 

Faretra, Michelle 

191 Howard St. Melrose, MA 02176 

Farley, Stephen Thomas 

401 Cooper Rd. Northbridge, MA 01534 

Farnell, Kathryn Jean 

36 Page Rd. N Attleboro, MA 02760 

Fauci, Mary Elizabeth 

10 Charlott St. Peabody, MA 01960 

Faugno, Kristy Ann 

28 Lake St. Spencer, MA 01 562 

Feeney, Patricia Ann 

145 Bedford Rd. Woburn, MA 01801 



Ferguson, David Michael 

Bl \\ mm Si I eominster, MA 01435 

Ferguson, Davina Alicia 

46 Turnpike Rd, New Ipswich, NH 0(071 

Fernandes, Kevin James 

1 1 Old Brook Rd. Leominster, MA 0145 i 

Ferreira, Corey Michael 

163 Butler St. New Bedford, MA 02744 

Ferrell, Christine Ellen 

146 Nassau Rd. Massapequa, NY 1 1758 

Fields, Mark Elbert 

RR 5 Box 1800 Waterville, ME 04901 

Finn III, James Joseph 

4 Statler Rd. Belmont, MA 02178 

Fitz, Anne Pamela 

80 W Main St. Westminster, MA 01473 

Fitzgerald, Joann 

49 Piatt St. Abington, MA 02351 

Fitzpatrick, Maryanne 

79Nashoba Dr. Marlboro, MA 01752 

Floyd, Robert Michael 

245 Reedy Meadow Rd. Groton, MA 01450 

Fluet, Charlene Lynn 

131 N Common Rd. Westminster, MA 01473 

Foisy, Carol N 

3 Birch Ln. Townsend, MA 01469 

Foley, Erin Therese 

15 Dewey Ave. Brockton, MA 02401 

Forgues, Pamela Lynne 

33 Cottage St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Fors, Lisa Lynne 

59 Richardson Rd. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Forsberg, Nancy Blanche 

25 North St. Jefferson, MA 01522 

Foster, Cindy Ann 

5 Frankfort St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Foster, Ruth Laura Marie 

RR2Box 1173 Holland, MA 01521 

Fournier, Dawn M 

478 Franklin Rd. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Fox, Steven Louis 

43 Marked Tree Rd. Needham, MA 02192 



France, Laurie Marie 

223 Furnace St, Marshfield, MA 02050 

Frank, Dawn Marie 

61 Clinton St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Freeley, Laura Kathleen 

21 Fowler Sr. Danvers, MA 01923 

Fryns, Gary James 

871 Stevens St. Lowell, MA 0185 1 

Fuller, Rhonda Lynne 

40 Heritage Ln C-8 Leominster, MA 01453 



Gabriel, Sandra L 

386 Great Rd #3 Acton, MA 01720 

Gagne, Cynthia Paula 



63 Mc 



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Gahan, Jennifer Susan 

1 163 Elm St. Leominster, MA 01453 

Gallant, Susan Jean 

620 South St. Tewksbury, MA 01876 

Gamero, Suzette M 

13 Whither Dr. Acton, MA 01720 

Garibotto, Jeffrey Gerard 

44 Page Rd. Bedford, MA 01730 

Garrant, James M 

90 Martin Pond Rd. Groton, MA 01450 

Gauvin, Ellen M 

27 Ridgewood Ln Apt 2 Gardner, MA 01440 

Gauvin, Sandra Ann 

178 West St. Milford, MA 01757 

Gauvin, Susan Ann 

178 West St. Milford, MA 01757 

Gecoya, David Thomas 

1 1 Appleton St. Saugus, MA 01906 

Gemme, Stephen Michael 

49 State Rd W Westminster, MA 01473 




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317 W Boylston St. W Boylston, MA 01583 

Gentile, Cynthia Ann 

91 Nashua Rd. Pepperell, MA 01463 

Gerard, Steven Francis 

26 Fairhaven Rd. Worcester, MA 01606 

Giangregorio, Joseph 

15 Rocky Rd. Reading, MA 01867 

Gilhooly, Megan Sue 

73 Causeway Terr Leominster, MA 01453 

Golisano, Maria 

5 Francis St. Maiden, MA 02148 

Gonsalves, Carla Maria 

34 Lawrence St. Milford, MA 01757 

Gouveia, Kristine E 

I 53 Lakeshore Dr South Westford, MA 01886 

Goyette, Colleen Marie 

93 Hamilton St. Leominster, MA 01453 

Gray, Karen Mary 

69Clearview Dr. Marlboro, MA 01752 

Grazio III, Hector Joseph 

Governors Rd. Groveland, MA 01834 

Griffin, Ann Regis 

6IversonRd, Beverly, MA 01915 

Grudzien, Kathleen Marie 

55 Lucas Rd. Sterling, MA 01564 

Guilfoyle, Donna Marie 

1 MS Turnpike St. Stoughton, MA 02072 

Gulliver, Karen Alice 

>'> Sargent Ave. Leominster, MA 01453 

Gumuchian, Gary Mark 

1 Nutting RJ. Westford, MA 01886 

Guptill, Eric Burnham 

1077 Webster St. Needham, MA 02192 




Hadad, Michael Eliott 

9 Haskell Ln. Harvard, MA 01451 

Hall, Pamela Ann 

1 10 Powell St. Lowell, MA 01851 

Hamel, Paul Wilfred 

81 Greenfield St. Lawrence, MA 01843 

Hamilton, Debra Jean 

5 Parkdale St. Somerville, MA 02143 

Hamlett, Marlene E 

580 S Main St. Orange, MA 01364 

Hanney, Kelly Ann 

418 Wanoosnoc Rd. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Hanson, Eric Wayne 

570 Franklin St. Reading, MA 01867 

Hardcastle, Elizabeth Ann 

147 A Cavite St. Ft Devens, MA 01433 

Harmon, Jeannette Marie 

29 Limerick St. Gardner, MA 01440 

Harrington, Dana R 

150 Beech St. Belmont, MA 02178 

Harrington, Terese A 

122 Grover St. Everett, MA 02149 

Harris, Cynthia Mary 

27 Mckay St. Leominster, MA 01453 

Harris, Helen Jean 

108 Central Ave. Ayer, MA 01432 

Harris, Jeffrey Dean 

25 Revolution Dr. Leominster, MA 01453 

Hayes, Paul Joseph 

10 High St. N Billerica, MA 01862 
Heffernan, David Michael 
72 Badger Rd. Medford, MA 02155 
Herman, Barry Craig 

2775 Shore Parkway Brooklyn, NY 1 1223 



Hevner, Karen Anne 

15 Portland St. Brockton, MA 02402 

Hodgdon Jr, James Lowell 

7 Temple St. Medway, MA 02053 

Hoffmann, Carmelita Elaine 

48 Park Dr. Groton, MA 01450 

Holbrook, Krista T 

544 W Yarmouth Rd. W Yarmouth, MA 02673 

Holmes, Catherine 

73 Pleasant St. Groton, MA 01450 

Holohan, Sheila Marie 

81 Highland St. Townsend, MA 01469 

Horan, Maureen Anne 

143 Salisbury St. Dracut, MA 01826 

Horan, Susan Amy 

99 Elm St. N Reading, MA 01864 

Horgan, Mary E 

57 Housatonic St. Worcester, MA 01606 

Houle, Christine Marie 

97 Valier Ave. Chicopee, MA 01020 
Houle, Ronald J 

3 Sixth St. Leominster, MA 0145 ) 

Hur, Seung Hoi 

25 Graham St. Lunenburg, MA 01462 




Jacobson, Beth Anne 
50 Grove Ave. Dracut, MA 01826 
Jaques, Andrea Lee 

42 Parker St. Newbury.MA 01951 
Jean, Melissa Marie 
RR2Rox 151 Harrison, ME 04 ■ 
Joensuu, Jennifer Ann 
lOWoodhavenSt Portland, CI 

Johnson, Elizabeth 

618 Norton Ave. Taunton, MA 



Johnson, Elizabeth A 

156 Union Sr. Leominster, MA 01453 

Johnson, Karen Margaret 

69 Raymond Rd. Windsor Locks, CT 06096 

Jordan, Sean Patrick 

3 Old Central Tpke Framingham, MA 01701 




Kaczmarski, Kim Louise 

185 North St 2nd Fl Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Kapenas, Jennifer A 

: Reagan Rd. Townsend, MA 01469 

Karpowicz, Thomas J 

102 Washington St. Gardner, MA 01440 

Karuzis, Wendy G 

PO Box 982 Groton, MA 01450 

Keating, Jennifer Sue 

16 Moseley Ave. Newburyport, MA 01950 

Keefe, Kevin William 

99Hillcresi Rd, Nccdham, MA 02192 

Keefe, William R 

I Ponderosa Dr. Townsend. MA 01469 
Keegan, Thomas Michael 
16 Ridge Rd. Belmont, MA 
Kelly, Linda Jean 

14 M.m,. ni Dr, Randolph. MA I 

Kendall, Derek Robert 

illusRd. Stoughton, MA 02072 
Kendall, Stephen Richard 

715 M.nn Si Lci istcr. MA 01453 

Kcnneally, Sean Peter 

5 Homestretch Dr. Ludlow ' 

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10 Fjumov l\ PO Box $8 Westford, MA 01886 

KorkoM >ki, Jennifer Lynn 

- Leominster, MA 01453 
Kostka, Karen Jean 
19 Hazelwood St. Maiden, MA 02148 

Krikorian, Krai;4 Edward 

lingham Rd. Worcester, MA 016O6 

Krone. James Michael 
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LaCorcia, Joanne Marie 

36Thurman Park Everett, MA 02149 

Ladouceur, Laura Dianne 

rlawn St. S Hadley, MA 01075 

Latosse, Annmarie 

766 Pleasant St. Leominster, MA 01453 

Lamb, Deborah J 

55 Pemberton St. Revere, MA 02151 

Lamoureux, Cheryl Ann 

ghrh St. Leominster, NLA 01453 

Lamoureux, Dawn Marie 

• Tom Ave. Easthampton, MA 01027 

Langevin, David Daniel 

lain St. Chicopee, MA 01020 

Laplante, Michelle Lee 

10 Orchard St. Easthampton, MA 01027 

Lapriore, Maria Christina 

9 Whififletree Ln. Marshfield, MA 02050 

Larose, Tracey Ann 

^hanic St. Upton, MA 01568 

Lavoie, Rene F 

438 Rollstone St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Lazarus, Robin 

ith St. Leominster. MA 01453 



LeBlanc, Debbie Helena 

^o, N \ Main Si 101C Leominster, MA 0145 
LeBlanc, Richard Joseph 
64 Lowell St. Waltham, MA 02 154 
LeBlanc, Tammv Marie 

fciley Terr Fitchburg, MA 01420 

LeCourt, Carrie Anne 

205 1 loUywood St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 
Legros, Dawn Marie 

80 Bennett RJ. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Leone, Carol Jean 

56 Burrage Ave. Leominster, MA 01453 

Lepkowski, Ann Rosalie 

23 Myrtle Rd. Gardner, MA 01440 

Lessard, Andrea Marie 

157 Soudibridge St. Auburn, MA 01501 

Lewis, James Robert 

506 Amherst Rd. S Hadley, MA 01075 

Lewis, Maureen 

22 Samoset Ave. Quincy, MA 02169 

Light, Rosemary Jane 

23 Fiske St. Waltham, MA 02154 

Liptrap, Timothy John 

17 Charles St. Gardner, MA 01440 

Lombardi, Rachel Beth 

12 Wenscott Ln. N Providence, Rl 02904 

Long, Michelle Anne 

185 North St 2L Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Longo, Gina Marie 

132 Hill St. Leominster, MA 01453 

Lorenzen, Nicholas Joseph 

1 1 1 Arlington St. Leominster, MA 01453 

Lovett, Margaret Mary 

64 Albee St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Lowe, Kimberly Ann 

16 Charlotte Dr. Andover, MA 01810 

Lucey, Abbey Ann 

12 Hickory PI S Hadley, MA 01075 

Lynch, Bryan V 

7 Leominster Rd. Princeton, MA 01541 




MacDonald, Karen Ann 

39 Meadow St. Athol, MA 01331 

MacDonald, Kimberly Ann 

25 Wave Ave. Wakefield, MA 01880 

MacElhiney, David Adrien 

42 Anthony Rd. Tewksbury, MA 01876 

Magni, Steven Anthony 

1189 St James Ave. Springfield, MA 01 104 

Maguire, Tracey Lynn 

9 Ridgewood Ln. Woburn, MA 01801 

Maloney, Kimberly Ann 

8 Langley Ln. Andover, MA 01810 

Manseau, Daniel Sean 

15 Joan St. Wilbraham, MA 01095 

Manty, Kristy Leigh 

87 South Rd. Templeton, MA 01468 

Marcus, Jane Alissa 

45 Phelps Rd. Framingham, MA 01701 

Marrash, Daniel Joseph 

102 Myrtle Ave. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Marshall, Janet Lee 

33 Dunham Ave Bx 805 Vineyard Haven, MA 
02568 

Martone, Michael Nicolas 

627 Salem St. Maiden, MA 02148 

Mason, Kimberly Arline 

319 Bowdoin St. Winthrop, MA 02152 

McAnespie, Daniel Robert 

28 Berkeley Ave. Lowell, MA 01852 

McAveeney, Michael F 

1628 Whipple Rd. Tewksbury, MA 01876 

McCarty, Steven C 

45 Chouteau Ave. Framingham, MA 01701 



McCoy, Kimberly Ann 

S2 Canton St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 
McDonald, Cynthia Diane 

274 Chestnut St. N Andover, MA 01845 

McDonough, Stacy Ellen 

644 First Parish Rd. Scituate, MA 02066 

McDowell, Lisa Beth 

16 Princeton Rd. Sterling, MA 01 564 

McElhinney, Michael Patrick 

2 Hurley Ave. Dracut, MA 01826 

McGill, Edward D 

1710 Canton Ave. Milton, MA 02186 

McGuirk, Elizabeth Ellen 

290 Ashburnham St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Mclnnis, Dawn Marie 

72 Hampshire St. Lowell, MA 01850 

McKeithen Jr, Charles 

Route 1 Box 468 Ashby, MA 01431 

McKercher, Derrick Jeffrey 

100 Clearview Ave. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

McLain, Kimberly Jeanne 

14 Redstone PI Sterling, MA 01564 

Meaney, Brian Everett 

428 Emerald Bay Dr. Arroyo Grande, CA 9342C 

Medeiros, Brenda Ann 

127 Brandt Island Rd. Mattapoisett, MA 02739 

Medina, Stephen F 

l-B Laurel St. Peabody, MA 01960 

Megan, Daniel Patrick 

9 Claire Dr. Attleboro, MA 02703 

Melancon, Kristin Anne 

.53 Watuppa Rd. Westport, MA 02790 

Melgard, David Earl 

1 Fairchild Dr. Holden, MA 01520 

Mellon, David Andrew 

6355 Edmund St. Philadelphia, PA 19135 

Melville, Michelle Judith 

39 Pitts St. Natick, MA 01760 

Meuse, Steven Thomas 

63 Lyman St. Waltham, MA 02 1 54 

Micelotti, Claudia Jean 

25 Fells Ave. Milford, MA 01 757 

Michelson, Jeanette Louise 

358 Rollstone St 2F1 Fitchburg, MA 01420 



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85-310 Commons Dr. Shrewsbury, MA 01545 

Mitchell, James 

4 Plymouth St. Everett, MA 02149 

Mlemba, Geoffrey A 

31 Crestview Ln. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Moda, Jeffrey Anthony 

63 Washington St. W Boxford, MA 01885 

Molinari, Diane Marie 

120 Keene St. Duxbury, MA 02332 

Monbleau, Philip Paul 

14 Raven Rd. Dracut, MA 01826 

Monette, John Kennedy 

i 610 Westminster Hill Rd. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Montowski, Kenneth Matthew 

54 H Foxmeadow Rd. Leominster, MA 01453 

Mooney, Michael James 

18 Chester St. Andover, MA 01810 

I Moore, Keith Edward 

13 Eames St. N Reading, MA 01864 

1 Moore, Phillip J 

I 15 Bernadette St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

1 Morabito, Alisha Reed 

' 352 Mirick Rd. Princeton, MA 01541 

Morgan, Michelle Lynne 

I 160 Framingham Rd. Marlborough, MA 01752 

' Moriarty, Courtney Ann 

101 Patricia Dr. Dalton, MA 01226 

' Morin, Joseph A 

• 48 Midland St. Worcester, MA 01602 

Morris, Laurie Anne 



33 Birch Island Way Lunenburg, MA 01462 

Morrison, Wendy Ann 

16 Tremont St. S Dartmouth, MA 02748 

^Morrissette, Donna Jeanne 

1 1 Stoney Brook Rd. Chelmsford, MA 01863 

! Morse, Bradd Alan 

i 44 Green St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

'Moschetto, Ellen Margaret 

Si \ enteenth St. Salisbury, MA 01952 

Muessel, Mary L 
11 Jay St. Gardner, MA 01440 
Mulligan, Andrea Gaye 

55 Margaret Rd. Abington, MA 02351 



Murphy, Kevin John 

30 Ash St. Danvers, MA 01923 

Mutagha, Augustine 

148 Willard St Apt 16 Lowell, MA 01850 

Mutti, Richard Joseph 

116 Robinridge Dr. Feeding Hills, MA 01030 . 




Nadeau, Paulette Irene 

56 Easr St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Nelson, Jeffrey David 

1 1 Nancy Rd. Lynn, MA 01904 

Newton, Sheryl Ann 

123 Forest Trail Hanson, MA 02341 

Nickloff, Tina Marie 

4 Rainbow Cir Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 

Niska, Kurt Edwin 

165 Central St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Norton, James Joseph 

1 1 Gov Endicott Rd. Billerica, MA 01821 

Nunez, Adriana 

40 LundbergSt. Lowell, MA 01852 

Nutting, Kimberly Ann 

101 Stow St. Acton, MA 01720 

Nye, Stacie Elizabeth 

1 1 1 Colonial Rd. N Attleboro, MA 02760 

Nyhan, Corinna Lise 

10 Delmore Dr. Chelmsford, MA 01824 




O'Brien, Michael Francis 

10 Amherst Rd. Braintree, MA 02184 



O'Brien, Roisin Maire 

16 Appleton Ave. Beverly, MA 01915 

O'Callaghan, Stephen 

4 Allen PI Melrose, MA 02 1 76 

O'Connor, Joy Christine 

43 Stratford Rd. Melrose, MA 02176 

O'Connor, Paul Morgan 

16 Knollwood St. Norton, MA 02766 

O'Leary, Colleen Marie 

33 Cathy St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

O'Shaughnessy, Kristin 

18 Santa Barbara St. Springfield, MA 01 104 

O'Shea, Maureen Kristen 

8 Elm St. Hatfield, MA 01038 

O'Shea, Patricia Megan 

29 Elm Sr. Baldwinville, MA 01436 

Oliver, Michael David 

150 Prospect St. Gloucester, MA 01930 

Oliver, Nelson Joseph 

Carol Ln PO Box 104 Oak Bluffs, MA 02557 

Olson, Claudine Marie 

2A Porter St. Haverhill, MA 01832 

Olson, Kenneth R 

384 Highland Ave. Fitchburg, MA 01420 




Pagano, James Vincent 

1 34 Newfield Rd. Springfield, MA 01119 

Pais, Kirsteen 
PO Box 855 Lunenburg, MA 01462 
Pare, Jason Christopher 
14 Fairbanks St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Parr, Matthew Joseph 

113 Tower St. Dedham,MA02 I 
Parsons, Bobbie Jo 
79 Mechanic St. Shelburnc Fall, MA 01 370 
Pavao Jr, William Louis 

14 Spruce St. Townscnd, MA 01469 



Peaslee, Jennifer Lynn 

50 Village Dr. Dracut, MA 01826 

Pedroli, Scott Francis 

6 Birchwood Dr. Boylston, MA 01505 

Pellegri, Michael Peter 

181 Pleasant St. Franklin, MA 02038 

Peterson, Darci Marie 

104 Union St =2 Leominster. MA 01453 

Petkewich, Kerry J 

3 George St. Littleton, MA 01460 

Petraske, Stephen Michael 

1 18 Jerilis Dr. Springfield, MA 01119 

Phaneuf, Courtney Elizabeth 

1557 S Branch Pkwy Springfield, MA 01 1 29 

Piantigini, Michael Joseph 

360 Farrwood Dr. Bradford, MA 01835 
Picard, Colette Natalie 
26 River St. Upton, MA 01568 
Plotkin, Deborah Jean 

329 Pinedale Rd. Athol, MA 01 3 31 

Plouffe, Lori Ann 

47 Lake St A-603 Gardner, MA 01440 
Poirier, Sarah D 

158 Logan St, Gardner, MA 01440 

Pollack, Denise Danielle 

17RidgehillDr. Hanover, MAO 

Polomarenko, Debra Ann 

295 Marked Tree Rd. Holliston, MA 01746 
Pope, James P 
S3 Brandice Cir Halifax, MA 02 3 is 
Porcello, Ralph William 

184 N Harvard Si. Albion, MA 02 1 34 

Pothier, Sharron Ray 

41 Seminole IV. Peppcrcll, MA 01463 
Powers, Cheryl Lynne 
St. Plymouth, MA I 

Pratt, David Alan 

13 High St. W Brookfield, MA01585 
Preston, Margaret Ann 

14 Schley Si Methuen, MA 01844 
Provencber, Sandra Mae 

7 W Rochambauli St. Haverhill, MA I 
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hjsc RJ. Westwood. MA 02090 

Rankin, Karen Jean 

Jacqueline Ln. Plymouth. MA 02 560 

Ransom, Nicole Kristin 

i St. Franklin, MA 02038 

Rask, Darlene Marie 

One Foster St. N Actleboro, MA 02760 
Rathburn, Pamela Adella 

S\ Athol. MA 01331 

Reardon, Douglas Joseph 

3 Been Ave. NorwelL MA 02061 

Redding, Kelly Beth 

214 Clili' Dr. N Attleboro. MA 02760 

Reeves, William Nathaniel 
FOB- nsend, MA 01469 

Rein, Shannon Lee 

56 Dane St. Beverly, MA 1 9 1 5 

Reino, Karen Anne 

6 Kelleher Dr. S Deerfield, MA 01 373 

Resendes, Susan Marie 

,raer St. Hudson, MA 01749 

Ricard, Michelle Lee 

ney Ave. Holyoke. MA 01040 

Rich, Craig Edward 

- MA 01462 
Richall, Trade Lynn 
39 Cummings Rd. Tyngsboro, MA 01879 

Richardson, Rebecca Fay 

nd St Greenfield, MA 01 301 



Riel, Lori Ann 

212 Marshall Si. Fitchburg, MA 01420 
Riggs, Jathara Christopher 
6628 W 86th Pl*3 Los Angelas, CA 90045 
Roberge, Craig R 
48 B Whitney Rd. Shirley, MA 01464 

Robert, Joy Rochelle 

>7 Ronald Ave. Cumberland, Rl 02864 

Roberts, Gregg Allen 

24 Mechanic St. Winchendon, MA 01475 

Robillard, Steven Lawrence 

80 Purchase St. Worcester, MA 01606 

Roediger, Misty Lynn 

277 Chestnut St. Wrentham, MA 02093 

Rogala, Mary Ann 

Shirley Rd. Townsend, MA 01469 

Rosati, Christine Marie 

43 Stonehill Rd. E Longmeadow, MA 01028 

Rosengren, Wendy Lee 

125 Oak St. Gardner, MA 01440 

Rubadou, Tracy Anne 

152 Elm St. Bridgewater, MA 02324 

Russo, Lea Marie 

60 Helen Dr. Hanson, MA 02341 

Ryan, Joyce Sheila 

696 Sunset Isle Dr. Ashburnham, MA 01430 




Saari, Christopher Samuel 

PO Box 268 Ashby, MA 0143 1 

Sabatino, Sharon Louise 

12 Makechnie Rd. Burlington, MA 01803 

Sacht, Erica Marie 

1 39 Timber Ln. Marstons Mills, MA 02648 



Sanborn, Tracy Ann 

84 Eldridge St. Lebanon, NH 03766 

Sanden, Wendy Cheryl 

Highland Ave. Phillipston, MA 01331 
Sargent, Neil P 

446 S Bolton Rd. Bolton, MA 01740 

Savoia, Denise Ann 

25 Ledgewood Dr. Burlington, MA 01803 

Scagliarini, Stacy Ann 

78 Blaine St. Springfield, MA 01 108 

Schmidt, Jennifer Amy 

35 Lancaster Rd. Berlin, MA 01503 

Schmidt, William David 

16 Maple Ave. Chelmsford, MA 01824 

Schofield, Janis Lynne 

508 Flat Hill Rd. Lunenburg, MA 01462 

Schultz Jr, Francis Stephen 

34 New Pond Ln. Levittown, PA 19054 

Sebastian, Robin Kathryn 

53 1/2 Cedar St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Shattuck, Todd Michael 

Rindge Turnpike Ashburnham, MA 01430 

Shea, Christine Marie 

36 High Pine Dr. Plymouth, MA 02360 

Shea, Daniel Patrick 

37 Heritage Ln. Weymouth, MA 02189 

Shea, Erin Marie 

27 Wardwell Rd. Canton, MA 02021 

Shearns, Richard Michael 

55 Ridge St. Millis, MA 02054 

Shelton, Michael George 

28 Franklin St. Attleboro, MA 02703 

Shivo, Kevin M 

51 Sandy Pond Rd. Ayer, MA 01432 

Shouse, Matthew John 

51 Harrison Ave. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Sidebottom, Carey Ann 

5 1 5 W Townsend Rd. Lunenburg, MA 01462 



Skinner, Lauriann Marie 

cS4 Woodstock St, N Andover, MA 01845 
Smith, Benjamin Frederick 

172 Main St. Westminster, MA 01471 

Smith, Christopher Michael 

67 Martin Farms Rd. Hampden, MA 01016 

Smith, Ginnean Marie 

1 1 1 Green St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Smith, Kathryn Anne 

7 Victory Rd. N Billerica, MA 01862 

Spang, Susan Elizabeth 

242 Groton St. Dunstable, MA 01827 

Squiers, Kurt Alexander 

28 West St. Fairfield, ME 04937 

St Yves, Pamela J 

98 Orchard St. Leominster, MA 01453 

Stacey, Diana Lynn 

277 Vermont St. W Roxbury, MA 021 32 

Staples, Bradford 

PO Box 1512 Orleans, MA 02653 

Starble, MaryEllen 

1370 Broadway #4L Somerville, MA 02 1 44 

Steman, Patricia Ann 

1077 Webster St. Needham, MA 02192 

Stravinsky, Kimmarie 

49 Harriet St. Brighton, MA 02135 

Suarez, Rita Marie 

Box 501 Barnes Rd. Oak Bluffs, MA 02557 

Sullivan, Christine 

64 Southboume Rd. Jamaica Plain, MA 02 1 3' | 

Sullivan, Denise Edith 

30 Dustin St. Boston, MA 02135 

Sullivan, Stephen Edward 

388 New Boston Rd. Fall River, MA 02720 

Swinnerton, Melissa 

32 Braman St. Danvers, MA 01923 



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V) Pearl St Apt *1 Fitchburg, MA 01420 

atton, Christine Clare 

Box 1096 Townsend, MA 01469 

aupier, Robert William 

1 Leo Dr. Gardner, MA 01440 

aylor, Christopher Robert 

Greeley St. Clinton, MA 01510 

edesco, Catherine Lynn 

Church St PO Box 573 Shirley, MA 01464 

nomas, David Mark 

Temple St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

hompson, Kelli-Ann 

Overlook Rd. Arlington, MA 02174 

hreadgould, Michelle Kathy 

"heryl Ann Dr. Rutland, MA 01543 

ierney, Thomas Michael 

Chestnut St. Hanovet, MA 02339 

ilton, Robert S 

icott Rd. W Townsend, MA 01474 

odd, Sharon Lynn 

} Pilgrim Rd. Haverhill, MA 01831 

I olman, Polly Ann 

) W River St. Orange, MA 01 364 

oomey, Timothy Andrew 

/ C hri >ve St. Worcester, MA 01605 

lourigny, Evelyn Elaine 

) Lawrence St. Gardner, MA 01440 

lirask, Deanna A 

Vin \ St. Methuen, MA 01844 

iraverso, Joseph Peter 

nderwood St. Belmont, MA 02178 

remblay, Claire Ruth 

mos St. Tewksbury, MA 01876 



Truax, Robert Lee 

560 N Main St A-101C Leominster, MA 01453 

Tryder, Michael William 

9 Upton Ave. N Reading, MA 01864 

Tucker, Lisa Marie 

39 Hillside Ave. Beverly, MA 01915 

Tumino, Gina Marie 

62 Parker Rd. Shirley, MA 01464 

Twining, Michele Lynn 

531 South St. Pittsfield, MA 01201 




Ulfarsdottir, Petrina 

45 Assabet Dr. Northborough, MA 01532 

Urban, Karin Theresa 

62 Granite St. Medfield, MA 02052 




Vaillette, David A 

1247 Main St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Vallee, Ronald Charles 

102 Vine St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Vento, Louis James 

162 Myrtle Ave. Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Vieira, Dawnmarie 

27 Ford St. Revere. MA 02151 



Viens, Loriann Marie 

49 Temple Dr. Methuen, MA 01844 

Vincenzi, James Michael 

45 Cowell Rd. Wrentham, MA 02093 




Walcott, James Edward 

41 Country Way Dartmouth, MA 02748 

Walent, Shannon Krista 

590 Salem St. Bradford, MA 01835 

Walsh, Kristen Lee 

16 Larkspur Rd. Billerica, MA 01821 

Warren, Bonnie Jean 

27 Horse Pond Rd. Shirley, MA 01464 

Webster, Steven Brooks 
8 Miles Rd. Rutland, MA 01543 
Wedin, Alan Peter 

210 Fifth St Apt4 Leominster, MA 01453 

Weiss, Laura Ann 

43 Crestview Dr. I [olden, MA 01 520 

Wells III, Michael Edward 

55 Ardmore Rd, I tedham, MA 02026 

Welsh, Sharon Katherine 

36HoltSt.WBoylston,MA01583 

Wheeler, Amy Jane 

2i=> Nashawtuc Rd. Concord, MA 01742 

Whipple, Aaron R 

185 Cross St. Gardner, MA 01440 

White, Brenda Ann 

121 Highland Rd. Somerville, MA 02 144 

Whitmire, Mary K 

47 East St. Fitchburg, MA 01420 



Whitten, Sandra Jean 

40 Stone Hill Rd. Westminster, MA 01473 

Wholey, Dawn Marie 

19 Ripley St. N Chelmsford, MA 01863 

Wilkie, Michael Joseph 
78 Montaup Ave. Dracut, MA 01826 
Wilkins, Sheila M 

53 Causeway Rd. Reading, MA 01867 

Wilhverth, Michael 

20 Jacqueline Ln. Plymouth, MA 02 J60 

Wilson, Didi Kay 

84 Laurel Ln. Lunenburg, MA 01462 
Wojciechowski, Tina Marie 
26 Fairmount Ave. Braintree, MA 02 1 84 




Young Jr, Alfred William 
II BrooksideDr. Pittsfield, MA 01 201 

Young, Dawn Nataleine 

75 Lowell Rd. E Pcppcrcll, MA 01463 




Zador, Natalie 

I I. .brain rownscnd.MA • 

/mill, Laura Anne 

554 Kelly Rd North 






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Karin Theresa Urban 

Nursing 



Loriann Viens 

Early Childhood Education 



Louis Vento 

Industrial Technology 



Jesse McKenna Vessalla 

Communications/Media 



Dawnmarie Vieira 

Special Education 




James Vincenzi 

Economics 



James Edward Walcott 

Business Administration 



Shannon Krista Walent 

Special Education 




Kristen Lee Walsh 

Elementary Education 



Laura Ann Weiss 

Elementary Education 



Todd J. Weldon Sharon Katherine Welsh 



English 



Economics 




Amy J. Wheeler 

Communications/Media 



Brenda Ann White 

Business Administration 



Sandra Jean Whitten 

Nursing 



Dawn Marie Wholey 

Early Childhood Education 




Sheila Marie Wilkins 

Communications/Media 



Marybeth Ann Williamson 

Early Childhood Education 



Michael Ross M. Willwerth 

Psychology 



Tina Marie Wojciechowski 
Nursing 




[Elizabeth J. Yaroshefski 

Communications/Media 



Alfred William Young, Jr. 
Business Administration 



Dawn Dataleine Young 

Earh Childhood Education 



Laura Anne Zuehl 

Psychology 



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The Real You 

Don't be afraid to see. yourself, ^ V v 

As the you~that'you'd4ike'tp>be, . " 

No matter how far removed from the real c ? • V 
The youK)f'ybuf'dreatns may be. . > i ; 

Keep dreaming the dream — hitch a rjide t>n,a star, 

Hold tight — never let yourself fall, 
And one day you'll find that the youwofcyour-dreams 

Is the you-that-is-real, after all. 



Moments of ^Awareness'- " 
by Helen" Lowrie Marshall 



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Trie.Saxlfrage Yearbook is a Student Government' 
Asspc*atk>h. funded organization of JFitchburg, State ■■- 
% College, Fitehburg, Massachusetts. 

The;1992 Saxifrage Yearbook was printed on a total 
' prirrtJhg and publishing budget of $,20,864.00. The 1992 
' .Saxifrage was printed by'Hunter Publishing, a division of' 

Josten's Printing and PubUshtng in Winston-Salem, NC. 

Seftior portrait* and photographic processing were. ' 

contracted by Yearbook Associates'in -Millers Falls, MA: 
' Alleandjld phbtography was completed by Saxifrage 
',* Yearbook Staff ahd Contributing PhotogfaRherS, 

Copies: 425 • > ' . 

'208 ■ ( 

64 pages 100 lb. Lustro Gloss for Process 
/Color 144 pages 100- lb. Mead Gloss 
Black 
Typefaces': Goudy Roman,- Helvetica, Freestyle 
•Cover: _ Lithographed r 

' . School name and thiei Printed Black 
• Logo and 1992: Emboss and Gold Foil 

Base Material: White 
Tndsheets: Snow White printed Blacjt; Different front 
.. . e ' and back 



Pages: ,1 
Stock:. 

Ink? 



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The 1992 Saxifrage Yearbook Staff would Like to thank 
the following people: 

Dr. Charles Ratio, 'Mit. RaoulRehillarJ, Dr. Lon 
Viewers for'their open-'mjnded and objective .advising 
David Marsh Sports Informational t>irector, for his 

■ sports information contributions' 
John Nvister, our Josten's Sales Representative, for his 

" "yearbooking" knowledge and advising 

• Stew Willjams, our Yearbook Associates 

Representative, for his dedication to a thorough senior 
portrait section and to our photographic needs 
£7/yn Benson, a Yearbook Associates employee, for he> 
support and help in our tedious senior portrait prpcesfl 

The 1992 Saxifrage Yearbook is copyrighted by Gnm A. 
Cuccovia, editor-in-chief, 1992. No part of this book may 
be- reproduced in any form, except for educational- 
purposes, unless approved by the Saxifrage Yearbook Staff. 



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